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"' the Moos ro MnxTH rr November. . i rhiM. r 11 fs.:tt..n. T II Dim atr-l !. Mrt J a Vt. Mr, phr of the dru has become almost an cvcryJaj curreJ, nJ also to fix tte pcitioc cf doubtful
isltn Is sxJ rf?. Tie Gerrcm ctn-cf-wir Lipsig
ill thid mocth for the Tacidc, with the Crew a
rr.ncc's second ton. Prince Hesry, aJ Lis governor
ca tcax-I. She cirri:, two losg nl tea sbct Krupp
guts, aal his ei-t offers, elgbt ciJc.t an 1 a
picked crew cf 4-.3 n. ea. Ia place cf Coke ode re
HcikiES, whose pcricU cf service Lu exp irei, Ctp
tain Wilecn, cf tie Tiwdrrtr, Lii teen tppointe-J
Cctcrac-ic-re ca the At.stri!:a tatioa. lie wn'.i be
taiea cat tj II. M. corvette Eniicej. Cspta'a
A'sercca Lyons, who tczaraAnlcJ II. M. 8. CA-srji-cfj'i
in the TaciSc frcir. 1507 to 1571, Lis jait beta
gazetted to Sag rack.
P. S. A report ist published at Tana gite the
following Scares regarding the production cf in
digenous sugar ia Fncca for the yeir endicg Aug.
Slst last: The total production arcuated to 93,
CkIO.OD kilcgraaajes, azilast 11,000,000 lat year.
whea the beet-roct crop failed, showing aa iacrease
IKUJAV, .Xl'l tJllIJIi , lTS.
VTt l.oar totLing cf Hh-c!1 ii;tiT"tt orcnrinn la coin,
merciai circles thl wek. The arrival of the ban Fran
Cisco steamer cn Tn- lay moraiKg, a nul. gave -.aif
aiJmstion to tli city froLt fur a day or two.
f Tte British lark EAkbaxi was vrtcknl near Vimo:A
tlil on Sanilsjr Imnt. She ba-1 on board a large imor.nt
f raarhinery, tle possible loss of which will be atrlously
frlt by tbs ilaBtationa for which it waa ordered. A por-
tion of the freight has been naved in a more or dsrn-
aeJ rendition. Most rfalous e?ort are Biakibg to sa-
the wrei ke.1 prC-perty.
J!y the Cre on board the Hawaiian brig Violet, whi h
1-a.i just Ipft San Franrlco for 1LI tort. the rtr?),
valne,! at abont J24,frt, became a total on wbirh, we
b-li-Te, thre waa no ininrau(.e. It would be a Ficij le
inattr of prudence with all parti.- hi re orderiu Kybt
to have them ir.Jrard. The premium would be triflius?.
bnt in cae of disaster tL-y would Rave tht-mselvei from
Advice from Ban Francisco thuw biiHiness to btdull
atd uri.atifa tory to operator", and this condition of
affairs rea U i.er saarily npon onr ataples. frv t of
IalariJ SnKsrs have be-n well worked off, and are now
liht, hold-r tf-lling atS'ic Kun.e loU grwery grad'H
were cloaed cut at 8!(c. The European SuKar 1-eet r rui
promise to be unusually large this year, and will douLt
lea affeit the general market of the world. Upon the
whole, the prospect de not encourage the Lope that
next year's prirea will rule hluh.
Hire Las declined Hawaiian Table bein quoted at
The ful lowing veiM4;l were loading at San Frant lit. o
for this port: Cktnes F.lla. to nail Mrth nit.. Fretnoiit.
U,ut the 2d Innt., and the W. II. iietz. on the Hth inst.
The iJlacovery wm V nail with dipatrb, and i now
The hebooner Compt er, hence, arrived at I'ort Town
end Oct. 23. hhe would probably load with return t-aro
The f.)rein arrivals for the week are as follows : Shy
3 Haw briK Ellse, 20 daya from San Francisco; 4 Am bk
Lizzie Manthall. 21 days from I'ort Townsend; Haw brig
Htorni Bird, 34 daya fin Jaluit; Fr bk Madeliene, 4rt !yg
fm HooKkou; Am achr Itoaario, IS days fin Sau Fran-
rimto; Zi Am S. S. City of New York, 7 daya fiu Kan Fran-
Cisco; bktne Jos Perkins, 2C days fm Port Townsend.
Th Uexarturea were: No 0 1 C Murray, for Kan
Franc !, with carjfo of domeotic irodu- e rained at 3,
777.17; foreign pnxlnce, $ rjO; City of New York, Sydney,
domestic produce, $2,301.53, foreign do, ISO. C Hamil
ton, Ciuano Inland, value foreign pnxliue, t lZ2.'!.
cllllirrn 1 H. rvti.l I! IIrl : t I f . K N
.M-,n ftt,,l Ttjrto!,. S. !;!';-'r. wit.-, 1 biM
and U rt.t- M r . t. ( jla far'.:.--, l.'r Mr
a!)-l if-. nu ! 1 : ,t. rrt. i-.
l'"BS.T-,r(:!-. . f Xt w Y-rk. N-v i E I' !.:i.r.
Fob S.n I'll xi : !' r V Murray, X--v '.II Tt
r:iau, l aj :!! w l. C'h I".d rt. Jamn Mci; r, Th- s
I loa WiKT-w.r.n 1'i'iiTS ivr IJkeiike. NoT.r Ki Ft E
I l n-l .n. V rh'-n.j.,!,. I.ak Kan.. Jioii A F Jn-id. I V." C
I J. I i't Il !-t' 'lie. J I -C1. L- t'A-h. I 1' H.iTIk"!i-
I titling. v II llmlpt-fi. r Frown. II II v.-i,b ar-i wi:-.
M;- I. I.i.!.-te. r I. ( rs- v. AI.li. Mr i hi:- hr. J F. Kara
ar t. Mi Ki 5. -. , Mr l'.at'h, '- Ta-kl.., Ak.--c Ufe,
J II' .Mr-. .ii.o.i :.. ai; 1 a:- ;t I"'j(i(-, k.
Ens 1 1. . so I-t ...x-r--I' r Hati.ilt'.n, Nov 0 T-. :.at. e
l"'-s: M.rr p.r KiU-K-a-h'-n. N-.v 7 Hi. Ex (i-Krtor
t'. ii:i, Ji.-ii i il a:d wife, H Turv-n and tw-
ic. rt Kaisik.i.i :. 1 wi'e. Mr K Ka::han. A Hrt-rt. W I
O JMuith. W H ..r:.eil and n,OJH .It,T M-k nd '
wire. 1 ,; t I.-.i-n. I I-.- -:. W ii Ilai.fa'i. i u Niel. J j
i: ;r-i. ii v. lirst.t. E t Vt;e. E Van I-e-e. M Ai-t .1.. O ;
MD..ir. J ta.tvii. J Weiii. B Kiver. A Devon. Mr I
fcu;:.'-. A L'ryar.t. V EI: il Myr r. iV E-al.y. V" E
I'tt. I- ii -i.-lif, A i;r.; W i nnir. 1 Ter-ie, J iar:r
Ji I'O'-, C Al.ij. r.t-:i. J il L. i;;;r et iTj der k.
At H'.noruaka-i. K. !.a!a. liivva.
of T. J. Hay-i.i n, a S' n.
J( t. :;lst, t i the wife
.MA Kill HI).
Jf.its'v li- .5- At iii:o, Hawaii. ' t. Sth, l-7-i. at
the 1 wr.-in rV:r h, by the v. A. O. F. ri.e j, Mr. Iltsuv
John-sov, (,f K- hala, t j Mrs. IAiirLl. 11. Vi' ksos, cf liil
tuattcr. We have Lad to chronicle a case about
every week for montha ja.t. wLercin fcomcbody
Las bet-n caught in f uni'ir. oriuin. And fr
cne ciught Low many, it may be presumed, LaTO
g jiic clear ? The jsvet cf Calif ornji eaj s:
' For wira that are dark
Ati'l trie in that are vain
The betth'-a Cc;i.ee is peculiar."
Lut i; is not always the Chinaman who rau
glcs op iura. When the etcamcr Liieliks arrived
frcra tlie c-ast, it ia said that Lcr then engineer
made a handsome eua by this means. During
the past week a p.air of blacksmith's bellows were
landed from the 1'aciGc Mail steamer, tbat.cn
Clival examination, were found to contain a
large quantity of ojium. These bellows created a
breeze which resulted in tilicovericg several kero
ffttie tins also charged with crium. The result was
c ) the capture of no less than 200 tins of opium, wcrth
f Irom il'j each and upwards. The bellows were
directed to " Mr. Frank tacon, II1I0, Hawaii,
and t!ir kerosene tins to " Chief Engineer of
Waitnanalo, Honolulu. " The question seriously
recurs, Would it not he better to j lace tbc trade
in opium under proper surveillance and strict
laws as to its sale to none but Chinese, rather
than continue the present loose system?
THK NTKAMKIl KII.il CI
Ilot'..;a I 1 Kihiti, Msu.cnM'C
Hj .i::h, an 1 Fr! lay, li'h, at lu'rlxk p m.
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M.ke I'u; ue k, l,t.i;ee, i.cl
R.MIK( K KI IIAItl.K IOK A l.lk'H
Umi f. 1 vu'an I'-n tmnulrs walk af lb fM
t'Ac- T f-- lintiil, t. prfil a "T aiileta t.
wt;if A.trfy u r. 1 uaLUkaW.
t?.tVIf.x HANK I'AS-IMIOK
O KEM'tCUBAL Pi
j ct P:hp Cc
t I J-tvi at V-at.
FKOM AD AI'TKIl Till. PtTK I HAVE
calf Cvtwyi-.M ail :-,.:.toi Mr 11 J AiiM. W ay
lawful a;iiirsft m ici to c.-ry v. aa J ir.r:tfn i a 1 t-ra.;,ci.t
la my l aj. ct Carr-.je M .r? an i i'.acfa. tr.i: t
lloao'ula, Nov. ;j, l?:s (l tf O. KiT.
MIIOSi: I'K EMIxLS SITI ATK
All ia crirr aid rrfa.r.
J. H. CONEY. IIoao:u'
rr C. KICIlAKLi-.'N. H.
BOYD. I'KOl'UIETOK. IIKI OF
AftirsTKOso At Ho( kbri-l-'e. Ma.-.. t. Iotli. Evf .
"':. wife of Gen. S. . Arn.Mr. .un, of Hin.ptwn, Va
SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 'J.
The Publi.-her of this Journal ives no
tice that the ."-ub-cripif ion jirice is .f;.0) otr
aniuini. If juil in tulvance, i. v., -within
one month from the elate of uh.-crihin:r,
the charge will he ?o.0.
l'artieular attention is ealletl to the new
rates for :ilvt-rtising, at the heal of the Ia-t
colunin on the fir.-t inigv. This .eale is
made up at a reduced rate, which our ad-
verti.-in patrons will please notice, an
will he adhered to from this date.
All accounts now due and owinj; the
Alvr.KTisK.it Printing Office must he paid
to me, and all accounts against the Advkh
t is eh I'rintin, OUice must he presented to
me for settlement.
J. II. 1Je.u k,
Puhlih:r and Proprietor
Honolulu, Sept. :M, 1S7S.
2 Haw brig lia, Fermien. 20 days from tan Fran
' 3 ?lmr I. ikelike, Reynold, from Maai and Hawaii
3 Himr Kilauea Hoa. Merchant, from Kaliuiui.
a Stmr Muk.dii, bate, from Koolaa
J .lmr Waimanaio, Dud.iit, from Walanae
x 3 BriCiah bk Eakbmnk, from Qlaarow
3 Schr Nettie Merrill, Hatfield, Irom Lahaina, Maui
3 Sthr Wadele. Kalauao, from Slaliko, Maui.
4 Am bark Lizzie Maraball, Oahkr, 21 days. from
. i'ort Townsentl.
4 Eaw bri Slormbird, Jackson, 34 days from South
4 Am scbr Roaario, lKD(taas, 15 days from San
4 Trench bark Madeliene, Pateau, 40 days from Ilong-
m a 'a city of New York. Cobb, 7 days and 14 ordinary education and intelligence, hut they
boars from ran r ranciaco.
6 Am batne Joseph Perkins, Juhoson, 24 days from
0 Scbr Manuokawal. Naiwi. from Kapaa.
ft fchr Aooie, Kalua,from Moloaa.
Ktmr Kiianes How, Marcbant. from Kauai
7 Schr Fauahi. Manu, from Kohala.
7 sictr Kulamana, from Kohala.
ASSESSMENT OF TAXES.
Year after year, during the past six ycare at
least, the AnvERTistrc Las urged the importance
of a proper discrimination in the appointment of
Tax Assessors. They elioulJ be men not only of
2 Schr Jenny, Pake, lor Nawiliwili. Kauai.
i sichr Mary Ellen, for Oooroea, Hawaii.
4 ?imr Kilauea-hou. Marcbant, for Kauai
4 Schr Waioii. Toomey, lor liana, Maui.
4 fchr Kekauloohi, Malaihi, fur Haoalei, Kauai.
6 P M H CMy of New York, Cobb, for Sydney
6 ftmr I.lkehke. Reynolds, for Wintlward Ports
6 Am bk D C Murray, Froat, for San Francisco
5 -chr Nettie Merrill, Hatfield, lor Lahaina, Maul
6 Schr Waileie, KaUuan, for Maliko, Maui.
J rtimr Waimaoalo, Dadoit, for Koolau
fl Schr Manuokawai, Naiwi, for Kapaa. Kauai.
0 Hhip Hamilton, Daly, Guano Ialanda.
7 Stmr Kilaoeavhoa, Marchaot. for Kabului.
8 Schr Annie, Kalua, for Kona and Kau
VESSELS IN I'ORT.
II.w bk R C Wylie. Rakeman
m bktne J A Falkinburr, Hubbard.
Hawaiian brig Pomare, Ctiave.
liaw bk R C Wylie. Rakemann.
Haw schr A vat c ha. Weasels.
Am bktne Joseph Perkins, Johnson.
Haw brig svliae. Permien.
Am achr Roaario, Douglass.
Am bark I.izaie MarahalL, Vahler.
French bark Madeliene, Pateaa.
WHlLESi aiD TBADKH9.
Am schr Loleta, Dexter.
Am schr C M Ward. Whitney.
Am schr Geo Harney, Tripp.
Uaw achr Uiovanni Apiani Lonr, WeekH.
- Haw Government brig Stonnbird, Jackson.
VeaaI for Ilwnwlula frwns Foreign lria.
Am bk Alice Reed. New York, sailed June :i0.
lint bk Tbalia. Olaoow. sailed Au 'js.
Am britf Timandra, Han Francisco, loading Sept 'J.
tier bk Alster, at Liverpool Sept 6.
liel atmr Peru I a. Callao. due Nov 18.
Oer bk Eouiso, from GlaxRow, via liremen.
J F Honthard. loading Sept 2.
Am bktne Discovery, San FrauciHoo. sailed Oct 27.
Am bktne Ella. San Franciaco, loading Oct l'.'th.
Am bk Camden, Fort Uanible, du atx.ut Nov 'JU.
Am bktne Fremont. San Francisco via Kahnlui. Oct s.
Am bktne W II Dietz, San FranciM-o, to Mail Nov 14.
Am bk Tern. Hueneiue. Fort Oatuble, loading Oct 13.
Am Strnr City of Sydney. Australia, due Nov. 2.th.
iJrit Stiur Zt-alandia, Sau Francisco, due Dec. 2d.
6hould be well versed in all that pertains to the
valuation of property. Otherwise, cither the
Government or the tax-paj-cr is bound to be in
jured. Tho Tax Collector, on the other hand, is
a comparatively unimportant character. He
must give bonds for the money he receives, and
thus everybody is secured in that particular; but
the Tax Assessor is a sort of roaring lion, coin"1
about seeking whom be may devour. This
system of appointing incompetent not to say
dishonest and bribable persons, as assessors of
taxes, must cease. "We say this in the interests
of both the (jovermnerit nnd the people at large
The details of some of the assessments made this
fall, if published, would astonish our readers.
and produce a general outburst of indignation at
the injustice done. A common kanaka, who
owns no land, is taxed, under any circumstances,
at least five dollars a year. Jut the sugar planter
has some discrimination shown him. For in
stance: on a neighboring Island we are told that
for the same quality of sugar lind.onc planter
was assessed at 20 per sicrc; a second, $5 per
acre; a third, $3 per acre; and for growing crops
(cane) respectively jso't, .2-3, and $12. And
we are veritably assured that there is no ap
preciable difference in the appearance of the cane
on either of the three plantations. The remedy
provided for these abuses is the Hoard of Appeal;
but a good many persons are so much averse to
litigation that they submit to iniustice rather
than go to Court. The proper course to be pur
sued in this matter is hereafter to drop favorit
ism and appoint no one as assessor of taxes but a
perfectly competent man the most intelligent
business man that can be found. J'.y tfiat means
the intercuts of both the Government and private
individuals will be best subserved.
Kefobt or Hawauax Babe II C Wylie, iukxman.
Master Sailed from Bremen June 27th, 187H. Arrived
at Honolulu Nov. Int. Is7tt, 12i days passage. Experienced
favorable weather tne entire paasage.
Report or FM33 Crrx or New Yobk, Conn, Command
er Left San Francisco Oct 2Sth. at 12 x. and encountered
atrontf westerly Kale, with high head aea, the night of
Oct 31st. which lasted to the morning of the 2.1 liift;
siuce that fine clear weather, with easterly wind. Ar
rived off pilot Kronnd at Honolulu. Nov Stb. at 4,:0 a m.
Took pilot on board at 5iS a m. and made faxt to wharf at
B.50 a at. Brine for Honolulu so cabin paaxenRer and 13o
steerage. 17 of these being Chinese; 4.430 pkgs (254 tons)
of cargo. 11 Dags mail, ana 1J pkgs ot treasure fsi.OH).
From Sat Fraxcmco Per Elise. Nov 221 pks wagon
material, 3 pkg lamp. 3 ca lamp chimneys. 5'At pkgs ma
chinery, 75 bxa apples. 45 bt.ls loO ca aaltnon. 1 pkg straw
hat. SH". pkgs furniture. 6 bbls tar. IS rkgn empty bags,
231 pkgs groceries, 16 pkgs window glaits, !) pkgs glass
ware. 4 pags naraware. i - newing macnines. 1 iron
safe. 4 cs acales. S pkgs leather, 110 pkgs tobacco. 2 pianos.
45 pkgs saah and doorn. 7 pkgs crockery, 2S bbls cement.
3 cs aailUlery, J n nricas. ii j oaies nay. i-.u ji sniugied.
H posts, 2H,Vi feet lumber, and 41 Sk hour.
From Socth Seas Per Stormbird, Nov 2 100 mats, 6
ca curios, 5 pkgs cocoanut oil.
From Port Blakelt Per Lizzie Marshall. Nov 4 HI.
055 feet roneh 1" tuber. Cl.UUO feet aurfaced do. lti M
Madeliene. Nov 4 304 pkgs tea,
f. pkgs hardware. Ill pkgs tire-
. cs grocertea. 140 bvs aoy, 50
Uallioruia vsawa io uais nrcwooit.
tosario, Nov 4 7 pkgs drv
C5T All ftt unusa pkgs tobacco. 1 ptauo, lib
. t . i :i obIs augar. pkgs ta-
the Otner lauiuua n "afe.ft40 sks flour, a sew-
s glassware. 'JO pkgs hard-
hocks and 'Jj containers.
tore. 10 tons pur lead. IS
.to Orn 0 M shingles, lo M bricks.
.. y nidse.
-.-r- ity of New York. Nov 5
kgs wagon matt-rial, 1"
roccries and provisions, 75
rmMi E - R-TIs drugs. 8 pkgs candy. 11 cs
M l!TlSU 4etT9 Kaddlery, JJ kegs nails. 2 cs
ana GOODALE Af -s) Sks flour, SU pkgs tobacco,
the Island ol Vpls. Is es clocks. 2 cs gas ma-
m Co haa thi - bulls. cows. 3 calves, 2cs tur
pgieel t)-rs n'1 slt Jks flour.
MBLE Per Jos Perkins. Nov 5 71.f41
jber, 3ol,f42do rough do; 100 M shingles.
Sx FBAycisco Per D C Murray, Nov 5 51.000
rice. 104.214 lbs paddy, 10.11S goat kins. 417.1 lbs
sugar, lA)gailonmolasa. 2 tsrnbber shoes. 1 csgnns,
and 1 cs instrument. Value domestic produce,
777 17: value foreign do,
For Stoset Per City of New York. Nov 521.37:1 lhs
onJn. 9 nkgs personal effectu. Value domestic produce.
i351 03: value foreign do, $150.
rv. riT-xrrt TLA?rDa Per Hamilton. Nov C I bales
bags. 5 ska potatoes. 2 bxs bread. 1 bbl calmou, aud 2 cs
Whisky. aiue ioreign prouuc, jji ..
Fkom Sax FraxcI-SCO Per Elise, Nov a M Miller and
From Whcdward Ports Per Likelike. Nov 3 II It H
Likebke. MrsOC Beckley and child J H Coney ami
daughter. CAMna. Mrs Haalelea. Mrs Voh1s. M P. tti
mw HHWebb. A E Webb. Mim L Maialii. MrsWsio
tuZ: A ti Burchardt. B Hinds. Miss M Itowilater. W H
Cirowell. JC Bailey. Miss U Smithies. MrsJ U Hare
and 2 children. J W Widdefleld 2 children and nurse, and
PsftwRti FRASCisro Per Rosario. N.rv 4 W B G1
tfW? Morrisy, T J Eaenly. E Roe, Z B Myers, and T Mc
jlflin. Fro South Seas Per Storrubird. Nov 4123 ini
aKlaTants. boi nosGEajro-Per Madeliene, Nor 4-25 Chinese
laborers. ., . ,
From Sax Fhascwo rer city ci ijew aora, -xo
Ui.. Ufftn.nn r. lion III i.t.
T.trrn&fi. Ii F Farrar and wile,
Mr Welch, wife and
Elsewhere in to-day's paper will lx; found a
letter of the Minister of the Interior, accom
panied by the report to him of Captain Jackson,
commander of II. II. M.'s brig SlormlnrJ, of the
eecond cruise of that vessel to the islands ol the
Pacific west and south of this group. The
SormlirJ brings a full compdement of men,
women and children more women than men.
What a striking contrast is this to the other
kind of immigration that is now going on, of
Chinese males the last 6teamcr from California
Laving brought one hundred and seven. In San
Francisco they Lave a Mission School, with a
preacher from the United States who Las resided
for years in China and talk3 the language, but
the result of their education appears to be that
they come to these Islands and say, 44 You sabc
hoodlum? You sabc lynchec?" and proceed to
carry those hoodlum and lynch ideas into prac
tice on the first convenient opportunity. Some
body we read it in the Gazrlic speaks of the
Chinese civilization as an " advanced' one.
Save us froui any such advance, eo far as our ex
perience goes, as to morals and cleanliness. The
contact cf the Hawaiian with that style of civiliza
tion is anything but desirable. On the other
hand, if we bring hither nn immigration of the
homogeneous peoples of the groups of this ocean,
women and children, as well as men, as ha3 been
done of late by the Board of Immigration; and if
that Hoard shall place restrictions upon the im
portation of Chinese mates as it has a right to
do then we may Lave some hopes of the country
becoming something e!so but a Chinese colony.
We are pleased to know that Captain Jackson's
expedition was so successful, and also to observe
that the immigrants he has brought arc all look
ing healthy, showing the results of good treat
ment on the voyage hither. It is suggested that
a larger vessel, capable of carrying at least 500
immigrants, would be more economical for the
Government than the SlormlirJ which, we
note, will sail again on the 23th of the present
THE OPIUM TRAFFIC.
This journal, in opposition to the views of
many thoughtful persons, has held for the past
four or more years that the best policy to be pur
sued in regard to the opiusi traffic was to
legalize its sale to license it. Under such
restrictions as the law imposed in former years,
the Government received from twenty to twenty-
eix thousand dollars per annum as license money
for the sale or this drug. .t the came time the
parties who bought the licenses always Chinese
merchants were, themselves, or through their
subordinates, the best of detective police -for the
cf lo4,'V3 klbgraaises. The experts Aoontel j ,J
to oo.OOO.OOO kilogrammes, against cc!y 5,000,000 j 3 A. T ! T 1 JL, I "Vlllt 1- 1!
in i3,o-, ; tae quantity cocsigaea to Dcnaea ware- j
houses exceeds 51,000,000, against only 7,000,000 j
last yeir, so thit the total export has increaseJ 74,
000,000 kilcgramaes. F. B.
All Ordfrt Prctcpt:y AttrnJcJ to
The Commemoration Statue.
It will be remembered that towards the enl cf the
recent session cf the Legislature, it was voted to pro
cure a statue of Kamehamtha I, to te placed in
Kapiolani Park, and that the Hon. vY. M. Gibson
was appointed Chairmin of the Committee to carry
cut the wish cf the House. The subject is thus
allude 1 to by the Boston Evening Transcript of
The Centennial of the discovery of the Sanlwich
Islands by Captain Cook in 177S ia to be com
memorated by a bronze eUtue, heroic size, of Karae
hameha, the conqueror and organizer of the Islands.
This famous Pacific hero was an ancestor of King
Kalakaua, who visited us in 1S75. The Legislative
Assembly of the Sandwich Islands at Honolulu, com
posed largely of defendants of Kamehameha's war
riors, many grandsons of tattooed chiefs who carried
on savage warfare at the close of the last century,
voted unanimously iu August last the sum of ten
thousand dollars for a work of art to commemorate
their country's hero and their centennial era. This
Polynesian chief, who may be compared with Egbert
ofLagland in the work he accomplished, was a grand 3
type of man, and bis statue will be a most interest
ing study for the ethnoloeist.
The Chairman of the Committee, Hon. Walter M.
Gibson, member of the Hawaiian Parliament, who
has charge of this commemorative monument, is now
in this city, and has placed the work of illustrating
the Hawaiian Conqueror in the hands of a Boston
artist T. IL Gould. It has been thought fitting
that BoBton, which first sent Christian teachers and
6hips of commerce to tbc Islands, should have the
honor of furnishing this commemorative monument
The New York Dispatch of a later date has the
following upon the came subject, which may per
haps be understood by tbc initiated. But we do not
before remember of having heard of Kamehameha I
being a Mason he was undoubtedly quite an archi
tect. After Kamehameha III, our Kings have all
been members of " the mystic tie" :
Bro. Walter Murray Gibson, of the Sandwich Isl
ands, is still with us, though his departure is im
minent. It seems that he has intrusted the modeling
of the late King, Bro. Kamehameha, to Bro. T. II.
Gould, of Boston. At one time we bad hoped that
New York could have bad the honor of creatine this
work of art, which is designed to commemorate the
centennial of the discovery of the Islands, and that
our great Kcntuckian, Wilson Macdonald, might
have been the sculptor. Nevertheless, the work will
be accomplished through Masonic agencies, and will
doubtless pass the examination of the Chief Overseer.
TLf s'.'-.imsfiip Grt-.it i'ufrrn ha, it i- said.
been pi:rcLafd by a company who intend using
her as a c.at:le lion to ply between Texas and
London, he is now bf ins fitted out at Milford
j Haven, and i to Lave new engine and boilers.
I manufactured by the Clyde Iron Works, at a erst
i of SoOO.COJ. lit-f-ierators will be built ia her for
i the purpose of cairvinz fresh beef. It is estimated 1
i that she will carry 2.20O head of cattle and 3009
! bead of shoep.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
II! E CO-PARTNERSHIP lURF.TOlOKE -
tetwren Aifrei Mf! : an
ay :ci t'j- cut.il c;i
All l.at l'.UUa tf lh? Utt- firm w.!
Honolu'u. Severn lx-r 7th, 1ST
W. H. WILKINSON.
! TTer.l?U t
ROYAL HAWAIIAN THEATRE.
MADAME JENNY CLAUS,
SATURDAY EVENING, NOV. 9th,
AT H O'CLOCK
1 Ii O O lTV 31 31 12 :
I 2 Ballad..
Monthly Letter from Europe.
(Correspondence of the Pacilic Commercial Advertiser.)
Mlid AGNES AYLKTT.
Ballad aud Polonaise Vieuxtemps
.MADAME JENNY" CLAUS.
i It is by Gci ordained Mer.deUsoho
CORNET yL AKTETTE.
5 Legend.... Wienawati
MADAME JKXXV CLAUS.
6 Am Meer, Uoiuance ..Schubert
MISS F. HENSiGEN.
7 Fantasia Faust Yieuxtemps
MADAM E JENNY" CLAl'S.
8 Concert Gallop Lossman
PRICES OF ADMI5SION. Reserved Seats. $1.50; Unre
served Seats, $1.00: Parquette, 75 Cents; Pit, 6) Ccots. U
JAMES II. IIAXLOX HAVING PURCHASED
the Blacksmith Shop of James Taylor rr.auka of the old
Custom House, bega to notify the public generally that he is
prepared to do all kinds of work in his line with neatness and
Ipj- Special attention paid to Ilorse-shoing and Farriery. 1
Please fcive hi in a call.
Honolulu, Mov. 8th, 1S73. n9 2m
FOR SAIE !
Arrived Per " R. C. Wylie."
no9 1m E. HOFrSCH L.A EG ER Co.
FOR SAjjLE !
London, October 1st, 1S7S.
NOTES ON SUGAR.
Recent advices from the Weet Indies report that
at Barbadoes the cane crop was never more luxu
riant, nor the fields in a finer state of cultivation.
The total value of the sugar crop is estimated at
900,000. At Jamaica there has been a fort
night's continual downpour of rain, so that the
excessive moisture may injure the quality of the
juice, lbe London hrm, Uottam, Morton & Co.,
who have recently failed, owned nineteen plantations
in this Island, and the Colonial Bank proposes to
furnish funds to keep them running. At Trinidad
the entire crop has been shipped. News from
Bemerara says that this year's crop in British
Guyana, which usually amounts to 120,000 hogs
heads, will fall 40,000 bogsheads behind last year.
In Cuba destructive hurricanes have taken place,
but the damage to the cane fields is not serious. In
San Domingo the Government has reduced the
former export duty of 12 cents per quintal on raw
sugars to 2 cents per quintal, in order to attract
foreign capital to the Island. Export duties on
sugar are also still levied ia many of the British
West India Ielands and in Mauritius. In sugar-
producing colonies the wages paid to coolies are ex
clusive of large expenses incurred in bringing them
to the colony and taking them back, unless they
choose to etop, take money or land instead. The
last French mail steamer from St. Thomas brought
100 immigrants from the Canary Islands for Cuba,
ail fine field laborers. What a fine chance lost for
Pele is at present quite active in Europe. A
severe earthquake took place August 2Cth along the
entire valley of the Rhine, from its mouth up to
Mayence and Strasbourg, as well as at Paris, cover
ing an area of 200,000 square miles; another one
followed September ICth at midnight. Vesuvius is
also inactive eruption ; lava htsbeen spouted to a
bight of COO feet above the rim of the new crater,
and immense fissures have appeared at the base of
the cone, from which flames and lava issue. Re
cent eruptlous took place in 1703, 1S22, 1S50, 1SG1,
1SC8 and 1S72. At Monte Falco, in Umbria, six
teen bouses were thrown down by a shake. Hecla,
in the Island of Icelaud, is also reported active; it
will be of interest to know whether a corresponding
action took place at the time in Hawaii.
Dr. Elmore, the Peruvian Minister to Hawaii,
Japan, and China, has gone to Peking in order to
arrange the difficulties which the Hongkong Govern
ment has raised against the export of coolies to Peru
under the Olyphant contract. The Perusia has had
to sail twice without immigrants, although specially
fitted up for this contract.
Leprosy is reported to have appeared in sevcra
cities of the province of Alicante, Spain, and several
caies have proved fatal. Having no Mokkai handy,
the Government intends to establish a maipaie
Sir Arthur Gordon, the Governor of Fiji and High
Commissioner for the Western Pacific, has just been
appointed member cf the order of Sr. Michael an I
The last mail from Australia was received here in
less than thirty-five days by the steamer .Icjncaguct,
of the Orient line, which overtook the .regular P. & ,
O. boat cf seven days previous sailing, at Suez.
Lieutenant Wyse read a paper before the Geo
graphical Society at Paris, last week, cn the Darien
Canal. He has no lesss than seven different pro
jects, which be prepbses to submit to a scientific in
ternational jsry. M. de Lcsseps, the builder of the
Suez Canal, has also turned his attention to this
NAVAL ANI SIIirriNG NEWS.
The French S S. Junon reached Rio de Janeiro,
September 1th, on her voyage round the world. A
bottle has been picked up at Ballybomion, county of
Kerry, Ireland, with the following paper inclosed ;
Baek Amy Tuexer, May 20th. All hanJB been
at pumps all night. Think she will go down. Cargo '
shifted. Lat. 50.7 north, long. 10.SG west. No
hope. God help us. If this reaches the shore, send '.
to owners, New Bedford, Mass., U. S." This re
port is considered a hoax, as the vessel sailed from :
Boston May 27th for Honolulu, and therefore could
not have been in the locality indicated on the 20th. ;
The German corvette Elisabeth, which touched at
Honolulu in January last, t.rived at Plymouth Sep- j
tember 20th and proceeded to Wilhelmsliafen. On :
the same day II. M. S. .ilert, Captain Sir George
Nares, sailed from the same port for a two years'
FRUITS IM TINS !
Arrived Per " R. C. WYLIE,"
iio9 1 in
E. IIOFFSCIIL.AEGER at Co.
riMl E UNDERSIGNED HAVING
M. opened a TURNING ESTABLISHMENT
r.n Vrrt yitrwt uhnv. llntfl $3trppt ATinnnnrpa tn
t-L-.3 the Public of Honolulu, tint he is prepared to do
TURNING IN WOOD. IVORY, &.C.. in all
branches of the business Special nttention given to turning
Billiard Balls, and all Cue work. Having had an experience
of thirty years in this business, (over eighteen in Honolulu) he
Icels confiident of giving perfect satislaciion to all his cus
tomers. seal 3m W. E. HERRICK.
rMIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING RECENTLY
M. received the Agency of Monuments, Ueadstones, &c. by
special arrangements with the manufacturers is able to lurniali
the same at lower figures than they nave heretolore been sola
Designs and Drawings can be seen at my shop. By pricing
these articles, the enormous reduction will at once be seen
Monuments cau be obtained at all prices, from $40 to $1000
The inducements I oiler are such that people have no need
of sending elsewhere. CUKIs. GERl'Z,
No. Ci Hotel Sitreet, next door to the ' Palace of Sweets."
VIRTUE OP A WRIT OP EXECU
TION i5ui out ct the Mirrcme iV-urt of the tlawa.an
lalar.J. on the 24th clay of Oct. A. D. ISTv in favt r of An-.one
for $104.05 aaiiis; Ah K t.j I have Uvird on and h;l ex
pose f n sale at thf AucU u R.x ra of C. S. Harlow, Aui-t.oticr.
on taturJav the 7:h Jjv of pc-cembcr, at 12 o'clock im.ni, a l
tt.e rijtit. title and ir.tc-rfst of the a:d Ah K M iu an 1 tJ Our
Kxpros Wajf nn, nrar'.jr r.ew acd in Rood orJi-r. nnlras aa.l
judgment, interest and c -a-.s be iTfVic.ulv satind.
W. C. I'AKKK. Marshal.
Honolulu Nov. Sih, IjTv i. &t
TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE, j
District of Honolulu, Oahu.
fl.X PAYERS IN THIS DISTRICT ARE j
M hereby notified that the undersigned will -ommecee t!,e
collection of taxes L.r the current year, at his cilice In the ;
Government House, on Monday. Nov. 4t.li. prox. And ia con-
fonnity with Section 5oV of the Civil Code, all persons lial le
to taxation are required to make payment of the same on or
before the 30ih day of November.
tifj. II . LUCE,
Tax Collector, Honolulu.
Tax Ofi'iCC, Honolulu, Oct. Slst, 1S7S. r.9 lm
VANITY FAIR !
VNEW STOCK OF THIS FINE SMOK
irg Tobacco in Jars, Tins and lOib Caddys.
no9 4t Just receive! by HOLL1STEK & CO.
Df 9 4t
SMOKE NIGGER HEAD !
HOLLISTEIt & CO.
WANTED TO RENT.
SUIT A ItLK
for a small family.
II. It. HOLLISTEK.
IS HEREBY' GIVEN. THAT NO VESSEL.
WILL be allowed to make fast to the Can buoy in the
Harbor, during the races on the 10th inst.. or ti place them
selves in a position, where they wiil impede the progress of
the races. DANIEL SMITH, Harbor Master.
Honolulu. Xov. 8 th, 1!73. n 2l
LOST OR STRAYED.
ROM THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL,.
3 HAWAIIAN AND 3 CHINESE GEESE.
Any person who can give information of their whereabouts
will greatly oblige the undersigned by doing so.
b2 Proprietor Hawaiian Hotel.
IIOI SE AM) LOT FOR SALE OB LEASK.
MA DESIRARI.E RESIDENCE, three
2?L minutes walk from the I'ost oillre, in a pleas
ant locality. Terms liberal. Inquire at this Ullice.
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
riMIE FIRM OF WEST JL CH A YTER waa
Ja dissolved by agreement entered into between the part
ners on the .Id day ol October, ult., the dissolution to date
and have effect from I lie lat of October, A. 1). GIDIlUN
WKST will continue the business hereafter in bis own name,
and for his sole interest. It is mutually agreed that all sums
due the lute firm, shall be paid to CI PEON WEST, who
assumes all liabilities cf the firm of WEST &. CIIAYTKIt.
no2tf O. WEST.
ONE NEW EASTERN-HU1L.T FOUR
Wheeled Ox Cart of very superior make; just the cart
for plantation use.
C. ItKEU EK At CO.
THOSE DESIRABLE PREMISES No.
liO Nuuatiu Avenue. Apply lo J. II. VOl,
Nuuanu, or E. A. WILLIAMS, C4 Fort St. a:i tf
Kauaiua w, I '.-
Iu tr-.e it rr t.:l 1 !.t 1 f r l.r..rrr, il is a oW.-d that
a il -rv i f Jivrre fr. m 'r t :, 1 . f r,,:i,h ,n j b tr.ur-l la
Ut r cf tL a..l Ka-ii.-ia. w. f r th- riu.ro lb lrj rr f U.
M Pup i', k. to b na- . :ie lrr Ih t .ft.. n
ill a x m i lrorj U? .f tl.a d up-i'i cuii4iaoee
wi'Ii th Irmi tLcre. f. u:.ic suiSc.'-at cause . U a, j-rr t-
tte con rarT .
AcJ it '. .V-e: art l nr'. rH ta put: .ah an at:ied r- fr rf
!.. c.'er m the ta in' CoMwaa.-iaL In aar .f a n. kni-a-.
tr.iMj -rs t t su--riu rki; ihe f. r. pi Ih-wmi
Ij I .th.n o:i rccr.'.h fi'Mt the date cf this ttJ-f. taat all
Ir-r.s tr.trrestrt rr;T. it'- n six frot,:!... . caaa)l.,
j.l u"("rte r. t be made '": I t Court.
if.cr.rJ) Jc. Ii PKNAHlt;,fk.
Pat-.! t!. s l.-.a Jiv rf O I . 1 1T
II. n-. u a. I'aha. a. I l..i;M f rrl fr IVi.t th f reg ur. Is a
true arj fa :lful r.ty if the at.( :.al decree of J vorre now no
tie ia the UiiVe cf Cf Suj trrr.t C.-sirt vf tie llawa.ian Is'andl.
Aa w tineas CT tsr.d t!.. .'WtH dav i f Oel b'r, A. I. 1T.
JNO E BIRXHRP.
I l K'lrr a cf ih uprle Corl.
SUPREME COURT or THE II 4 W A 1 1 A '
I:i;ij. O.ta, m. Cc-:. Wi tire. 4 I' 1TS
Lai.i-.a. libelant, as N aka( uafil, I br.ir. 1 ul 1 d orre.
In tl.e abc-Te eu:.tw-d t.t-cl f d.i'orre. it is cost m irrrxl that
a urcree i f d.r..rce fr. m I'it I- r.J .f oia'r m.y t rr.fred m
fTrr f the aa d Laii.ia for the rauae c f l!. Oeaeriion cf the
a J N atai ual.i. xo be Bna.lr absolute af.rr the ri piralo n ol
a m.H-tLt froai the dale i f this urrrre. ttjn c.mp.ai.- with
l.'' trrtua lhttt '., uulr.f air.t'.ect ctdtr a.'ia 1 a pvar U the
A tij the Iibe'isnt is ot.lered to uY..h an attral'J rrj y of tha
-r.Jfr l:i the PACK-..' loaia;iiL A 1M i T I a anl K a A a
ur..iai rr f-r s.x ui-era.ve vera. I he first put braiion in
1 1 w..h.a one m. r.tti from the date of thisot'lrr; I'ul I
t n iiitrrr-atrd n.ay, iih'n t.x n..tht, !ii'W riiiw hja .l
ileere-e should tii I be made al salute I'r t,e t'ourt.
f.JTved JNO. K BKSAKl'. 1 lera.
Datr.1 thia iV.h day of Octotr. A. P. laTS
Il. ti-iialj. Oahu. a. I f.ert by rvrli'jr llit I'.e f rrtfi .oa' a
triK an.! fa:tl.tal r v cf the ordinal dtvre of d,oree I) 'W u
file i:i tin -e i l ine r-u n me l ourl i I i!,e lla.aoan l:n ".s
A w.tcesa niy hand th 4th da of Notrnikr, A I'. 17V
JN J. E. II 1 UN A Kl',
r.) 6t l ink of the llprllle Courl.
SI' PR EM ECOUR V OF THE II A WA II AN
laUi.ds. O.t.u. . .. t. ber ter:o, A. t. ka.ihua
i kona w, I. be la:.:, xt. Kaa.hurnui k, bio lire. L.IS I i
In the ab-"ve er.'.illed liN I for d.iori e. it is now orderrj that
a d.-eree ol divo.-ee from the bonj of ll all :inov be oI. rr 1 In
favor i f the sai l Kal. huaokona w. If ihe rau of the a.lul
t ry and uttrr deserti n of the s.J Kaa.haei ui k. be ma le
at.... lute after the expiration of m mnnlln from the date of
this decree, upon romplianre with the u-rras therec f, unless
lu'icient cause shall ap-ar t the contrary.
And the libelianl is oul-ri-il to publi.h an attested ro y cif
t! order in the Pacific Coicmereial Ailverliaer and hu k
newspapers for s .x sui 'eaaive avecka; the first pub iraimn to
be wi hm one inonlh from ih' date i f tins order i that all wr-f.n-.i
interosti'.l mar, witt.in six months, show cause h j sai l
dtcrec should not Ic n.ailc ab iu:e.
I!y the Court: A.KCSk
Deputy CI. ik
Date I ihis If th day c f (Vtobcr. A. I. lTS
II ouolulu. Oahu, a. 1 herrby certify that the foregoing ia a
true and faithful copy of the onxinal decree of dircrve iio on
lile in the office of the fupretii' Court of the Hawaiian Islands.
As witness my hand this Sbtti day of October, A. D. 1ST9.
A. HOP A.
r,2 Cl Trpu'y Clerk of the Supreme Court.
CUPREME COURT OP TII E II A W A 1 1 A N
Islands, Oaho, ss. October term. A. 1. IS. Katni.u
w. lihcllant vs. Nakoana k. liU-lli-e. Libel for divorce.
In the above entitled lib. I for divorce, Il it now ordered that
a decree of divorce from the bnud of matrimony be entered In
favor of the said Kahiou w. I t the cause of the adultery and
utter desertion if the said Nakoana w, lobe made ab. lute
alter the expiration of aix months Irom the date of this decree.
uNn compliance with the terms thereof, unless sulllcieiil rau.e
shall appear lo the contrary.
And the libellant is order-d to publish an attested ropy ol
this order in the Pactno Commercial Advertiser and Kuokua
newiipapers for six surresuve weeks; the first publication ti
be w ithin one monlli from the ilale cf this onler; Ihal an imt-
sons Interested may, within six months, show cause why said
decree should not be made absolute.
11 the Court: A. ROSA,
Dated Ihis 13th day of Oetolr. A. D. I..
Honolulu. Oahu, ss. I hereby certify that the foregoing Is
a true and faithlul copy of the original decree of divorce now
on file in the c ilice i t the Supreme Court of the Hawaiian
rplli: WAIl.tRl VINEYARD.
A bearing lis. Apply
Deputy Clerk of the Fupreme. Court.
To Planters Sugar Machinery.
rsjsilE UNDERSIGNED ARE PREPARED
4 to receive orders furnish drawings and prices for (Sugar
Machinery of everv description and to auy extent. Mills
Vacuum Pans. Clatifiers, Evaporators, Double Effect Appar
i atus, &c, &c, A:c., imported on short notice at lowest rates
- iv-.,, f". HREWER A-. CD
Maiiunouth Sale Stable
ClfclSCsTO & BOWLEY,
IMPORTERS. WHOLESALE Ai RETAIL
DEALEItd in Top and Open Phaetons, Carriages, Top
and Open Kockaways. Uuegies. Jump fteats, business Wag
ons, l.andaus. Landaulets,' Couihjs, Coupelets, and every des
cription of Carriages. Harness, Saddlery, Whips, blankets.
ALSO General Dealers in Horses, Mules and other slock
Especial attention paid p the buying and Shipping of Live
Stock of all kinds. Also will receive orders for all kinds of
G. W. LEI BY, Superintendent.
W ILL REFER TO
London and San Francisco Bank,
National Gold Uank and Trust Company,
Williams, iilanohard A: Co.,
William T. Coleman Jc Co., San Francisco.
n. Turton. Esq., )
G. W. Macfarlane & Co., Sandwich Islands.
Win. Pfluger, Esq., )
CREGO A; BOWLEY, Proprietors.
G. W. MACFARLANE A: CO. will act as our Agents, and
receive orders for Horses, Mules, ic, and furnish full inform
ation as to cost and shipment of the same. n'J
uvinv nip ii l i nn
liMim U10 illillJlllJj(S
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.,
Sole Agnita lor IlnsTaiian Islnuds.
50 Lights -
SPECIAL CONTRACTS MADE
LARGER IIIACIIIXES !
rslIESE MACHINES ARE OF SIMPLE
I. construction, not liabie to get cut cf order, require no
skill to manage, are made of the best material and in the most
substantial manner. Th-y occupy lit:le space, are set cp at
small expen.e, an.i are equally adapted for lighting the largest
public budding, or the smallest dwelling.
3NT O "J? I 2FL 3E3
Is used in generating the G.ts, the pr-ceas being perfectly safe.
XT The Union Gas Company have hundreds of Machines in
operation, anil every case giving entire satisfaction.
XT CIRCULARS and full i:.f- rinatiou will be furnished by
:flNTA GLAUS !
No. C5 Fort St., Urewrr. Block.
TO THE PUBLIC
WITH AN UNUSUAL
S AN FR ANCISCO Julv 24. 173.
TTNlON GAS COMPANY. GENTS: HAVINO
sL) used one of your 500-light Gas Machines at Aptna for
the past three years, I atn pleased to say that it has always
given perfect satinlictiiin, has never been out of order, and I
eheerfuliy recommend the Union as the best Gas Marchine in
exis-erio". The li-ht is undoubtedly, for superior to any Coal
Gas on this coast, and costs about cue-third as much.
prevention of smuggling. Hut eince, the law was
repealed whereby the sale of opium was allowed, j survey of the South Pacific, in the bottom of which
and the eale and u.e entirely interdicted, smug-
some remark ille changes are supposed to have oc-
SAN FRANCISCO. Julv JO. 15T3.
f TNIONGASCO GENTS J I HAVEUED
your Gas Machine fifty days. It has cost me during
that lime $5 CO. For the twenty-eight days preceeding. I
paid the Gas C. fit. 50. showing a difference that speaks for
i:elf, and duriig the fifty days we used more Gas every
evening th'in was customary with us when using the City Gas.
The light is far superior to the coal gas in use on this coast,
an 1 the machine runs itself. I have only to r.gret that I did
not avail myself of its advantages earlier. Yours truly.
JOSEPH MOORE, Sup t Kisdon Iron Works. n9
HOLIDAY GOODS !
Procured with extra care, to suit all tates and ag-3.
THE ASSORTMENT TOO NCMEUOL'S TO SPECIFY
Florence Baskets, Work Stands & Baskets,
Leather Goods, Albums,
German Toys, of varied grades;
American Toys, of increased variety;
Spirals and Splints for Fancy Work,
Perforated Card Boards and Slotto Goods,
In the latest styles, ly express, from New York.
Diaries for 1879, Bagsters and Oxford;
ST The Selection of MISCELLANEOUS and
PRESENTATION HOOK the bulk of which
are expected per " Discovery," now fully due
will offer advantages in the selection of G00J9
this season that has not been equaled in this city.
The public are respectfully invited to call and
examine for themselves.
Orders from the other islands will be carefully
and promptly attended to. which, however,
should be as explicit as poible.
IX CHAMBERS. CIRCUIT JUDGE.PECOM)
JL Judicial District, Hawaiian Islands.
In the mailer ol the estate of G. A. Lathrop, M. D., of Wai-
luku. Maui, deceased. In Probate.
Proper application baving been made tn this Court by Wra.
O. Smith, Administrator on ihe estate of G. A. Lathrop, M. D.,
late of Wailuku, Maui, decease.!, rharging liirns.il wulj
J1117 60-100. aud asking to be allowed JlUKi 18-100, that In.
accounts be approved, and Ibat be be discharged from further
It is ordered that Thursday, November 14th, 18TS, at 9a. m.
at the Court House in Wailuku, be set as the time and plaoe
lor bearing said application and any objections that may be
offered thereto; and all persons interested in ssld estate ar
notified to attend. A Hit. KOKN ANDKK,
Circuit Judge 2d Judicial District, II. I.
Lahaina. October 14th. 178. o26 M
'1MIE UNDERSIGNED. HAVING IIEEV
1 atPinted on the l iili instant Adinioistrator of llm lia-
tate cf Ilia Excellency W. L. Morbonua, late of Honolulu,
deceased, hereby (lives notice lo all ersons having claims
against Ihe aaid r.ntate, to present lbe same to mid properly
authenticated, within six -lunnlha from the date bireol, or
they w ill be forever barred; : and all iersins who are Indebt
ed to said Estate are her'by requested lo make Immediate
payment to him.
CHAS T. GTLICK.
Administrator estate of Tlia Kx. W. L. Moehonua, dece-..
Honolulu, Oct. ISth, 1S7S. ol'J St
Notice and Caution.
C? AMPLES OF KEROSENE OIL of THE
75 brands under-meutioiied have been tented and found dan
geroua to use, as they resjiectively give off an Inflammable
vapor at a temperature cl Las than cue hundred degrees fali-
reidu-it. All iersons having such oils In their po.seaaion are
cautioned against selling, giving, or furnishing Die tams lo
ny person, without having the same tealetl.
'I he penalty for a violation of the law is not lef lhan Fifty
Dollars nor more than Five Hundred, or Imprifonmeut at haul
labor not more than one year.
DESCRIPTION OF OILS TESTED.
Comet Oil. inflammable at a t mrrata re c-f 8o lo 3 F.
Aladdin Oil, inflammable at almost ordinary l-merature.
Oriental Oil, iotiammableat t66 .
Daylight Oil, Inflammable at bl 6 4' K.
Lustre Oil, inflammable at almoat ordinary teniM-raluie.
Eureka Company, inflntnmahle at 84 c 'I V.
Jenny's Oils, ititlamiuablc at Si s
W. C. PAHKE, Maralial.
Dated Ihis 14th day of October, 1S7H. olH
'IIIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING IIEEN
a aptioiiited, on the l'Jth inst.. Administrator of the estate
ol Charles II Luxcomb, late of Wailuku, Maui, deceased, lieri-by
gives notice lo all persona having claims against tin said estate
U present lbe same to hi Hi properly authenticated within six
months from Ihe date hereof, or they wlil be forever barred;
and all persons who are indebted to said estate are hereby re
quested to make immediate, payment lo bun.
II. A. LL'SCOMB,
Administrator estate C. II. Luscomb, deceased
XV ailuku, Oct. ItHh, 1S73. Vi
TII OS. C.
Ti n t 1 131,
MJf the Hon. C. C. Harris, Chi'-f Justice of the rlupreme
Court, I shall, ON SATURDAY, the 3uth day of November,
al 12 o'clock, nooo, in front of Aiiiolaoi Hale, aril for casta to
the highest bidder, all the right, title and interest ol C. Kana-
ina, deceased, ot, in and to the following real eatate, viz
LOT 1 A piece of Kalo Land, situated in Manananui, I'wa,
Oahu, and containing bS-10O acre.
Lot 2 In same place, a piece of land compiiaing home, lot
and kalo land. Area 41-100 acre.
Lot 3 In same place, a lot of kula and kalo land, coutaiuiog
Lot 4 Ia same place, a lot of kula and kalo land, contain
inj 1 30-100 acres.
Lot 6 Comprising Ihe Hi aina of Paakea, ia Eft, contain-
irg 19 acres of rice land, leased for 10 years, irom 117b, at
1 100, payable semi-annually. A fi.h ixio.l, containing 124
acres, securely waiied, and Ihe fishing right of Wuhaloa, just
outsnie ot tne inn ond, containing an area ol tJ acres. Una
lot will be sold subject to the above lease.
I-ot 0 Containa 04 acres, kalo and kula laud, in the III aina
of Muliwai, Kwa, Oahu.
Lot 7 Contaius 42-100 acre. Kalo and kula land. In same
IxA K Lontaitu 3 57-1'JO acres of kalo land. In same place
Lot V Contains 40-10') acre of kalo land, in aaine .lir.
Ixit 10 Htreain from bank to bank, near where the above
lands are situated, and contains 7 Stf-100 nci'i.
Lot 11 Comprises the Hi cf Kaiieie, KaUhi, Oahu, divided
KAIIEIE contains 26 acres, k ila and wood land.
LKAIIA conlaiiiis 65 4 j lou aorci, kula and wood land.
1. 1,' A I A coii! ns tf acres, kalo land.
Each piece will be sold separate.
Lot 12 Land cf Pamoa, Shorn, Oahu, and land cf Kalawa
lu. in same place containing 43 0-10 kalo land, mostly culti
vated. Surveys cf the above are in preparation, and will be
Lot 1 i Lands cf Kali hua and Rukniao, in Manoa, Oahu,
containing acres. 1 he land cf Kai-I.ua is leased aa a ru e
plantation for 15 years, from Oct. 1st. 1171, and will be si I
subject to said lease. Annual rental,
to-parate surveys of the above are iu course cf preparation,
and will be sold separate
Lot 14 Land of Haukulu and Wailiinni, In Manoa, contains
112 acres of pasture ad w d land.
I-t li That lot of land back of Dr SIcKibbin's, and
bounded by Punchbowl str'et, havir g etitrances also frn
Emma street, and the labe cf the east i le cf Dr. Sl Kibbin's
premises. Lot A contains 3 lS-lirj acres, and lot Ii cntaii a
D-lOo acre; botti iplendel buiMit.g I'.U, and vcnl ire sold
Lit 10 Situated in Pal Aa Valley, and cotitai&s 8.C2 a piare
I.t 17 Situated in Waiehu. Maui, cor.tains sere.
Lot 1 Lar,ds of M A N I E.N I K,
K SOU E.
PUHIA WA AW'A,
aiiiwted in Waiiuku. .Maui.
Tne area ol these lands are at present unknown, but surveys
of each are iu preparation and be fjrni.be.l b-f.-re Ihe d.y
of .ale. Lands will be a. Id a-parat. The Ian Is f Kauau
ckuai.d Puohala. are )es-d to the Wailuku rngar Co. svhowul
be reijuir'nl to pay to tl.e purchaser at the ta'e of f ,') j r
annum, from the day ol .,le, until the cane now groa ing on
aaid lands is matured or taken off.
I,ol Puaaioa in L'kumehame, Maui, survey in c urse cf
11 20 Lot In Kawaika, I.ahair.s, cnnUinirg 19 perches.
Dot 21 Lot in Lahama, trvm J. I ..hula lo C. hanaoia. con-
taiiiinit 8 square oea.
Lot 221 piece of land in the Ah jpuaa or Kuholilea, bal.ai
a. conveyed by Nipoa acd wife f i C. Kanaiua, coiitaining 1
a'-re is rofMls.
IaiI 23 1 piece cf land in same place, conveyed by same
parties, containing 2 rooiis.
Lot 24 Land of paeohi. in Lahaina, containing 1 acre 1
rocl and twelve perches.
Let 2& Al.upuaa Ar.seho imalu and Mi pond, iu South
Lit -1 Ahupuaa of Kalahuipuaa, South Kohala, Hawaii.
This land is leased for - J years from 1S70. fir 100 per annum,
and will be sold subject to the alve lease.
Surveys cf the above 2 lands are n iw in the hands of XIr. D.
H. Hitchcock, and are daily expected. Or so niui.h of Ihe
ah ve lands as may be necessary, for the puriioaes cf lli.a
Sa e. Deeds al evpens- of urchriser
Plans and surveys of ihe lands not other ie specified cab
be now seen al the c.ITi e of
W. C. PAHKE
Administrator Estate cf C. Kansitia, lec:ei,M-d
Honolulu Nov. tith, 1S71. i 4t
IUI I. fc lit Ml,
t t , mi lbs petals. a.
TO LEASE FOR A NUMBER OF YEARS.
ri'llE PK'-Nsh M. yt. ALAKKA T
il f Hm u ai s ftejairs ut
J14 JAU. LLklO V
VI.L PERsoNsi ARE AVAUVKD A
Iru.i.i x sr r coast aiuucl,aal But avos m a
ll.n.lalj. May 1J, ICS.
av) It Cm
STEAM SEWING MACHINES
'M1E IMIEKSIUMO HAVE FITTED
ui Ihrtr s-wug Macbirs is rua I v Staaa, rm rr.
pa-ssI in make any number mai all ktiUs is Hags swrk as
r.ir sr. Ciwl, ir, Ua-, Monry. Pra.b as4 Cuavh fiagm, Ac.
i rk J ne en Ihe most rvastiab t.-raiia AH-lytalbs aa
'!'" iM-d, ILltl streH. arly ep.ii Mtiwi liatkr
JL'1' - "') S. Il ItT 1 O.
PROPOSALS FOR BUILDING
'SEN D ERS i OK III II. IM Mi
'IHiMHiKSIIIK liril.OIM. A
I II 41 I. f llaaa..au i.alge Na m, f
A. as.. ! aw-
cor lance fh plans and sw0.-atiwi, w ill t rtvwivi al lh
ofil- . I the ar,lcrs-rie4 anlil II o'clock se.m, w I. PN tap A V ,
Nov pitb, ;s. I iv,u!i rosy Uia4i t las laiwir a
a ti le, i n,j :. te, o itale U li Irm an; P oOi-rvsl K th
Ma.b Ilrltllsjrr' ) riastrrfrs Matkt
IX ONE T Ml 11. AND I OH THK
Cssr pralr ra. Palale-ra' sisal P I si ass a r Vsrlt
IN ONE TKNDLR.
IT Tarlii-S b.akii f Trn.lrra at rrcpirslr. l b 4rri,
lien ll.e m ar n,n,.,p liana and in cat Ions (aa l
rxauiuiel al lh cfii.s cl K. I' 4ikl,
Cl.airBsao vt Buikliug Ctsaiakillew.
Il.-iii lu'u. O.-t i';.i, 17S Bjt y
ICE CBEAM PAHLORGI
.... AM DEPOT FOR ....
(J j.: o w j: iL'B
Superior Ginger Beer and Pop:;
Oat lloirl Mrrrf, t.rl I llrrstrr' lllavrk,
WHICH Mil HE HAD. lts G l.iM,
W bottle, or dott-n lxt tl.-at .
AImioii band, pure and always fresh randli-a, ImporOd tcosa
the relrbrated manufai-UKy KoM , Kan fram-larw.
The above oMe.i, rMleat, sod best kuowo MUbliahasenl of
it kind in Ihe 1'ily has ju.l len enlarged, and tor lbe belter
conw-n riu-e of Ladies, Willi, rr i ilaf lirottemea, a irivale
rnlrauce haa be-n alt a. ht
IT I'l HU ILK C KaAM and Iced TeuiperanM Trtnks .f
many flavors, may tie had " In uuii-l n at all huMrs fit Iks day,
arid evening, from 0 a. in , until 10 p. in., or later, ("unday'S
llalla. Parties or families may lx su plie. al th aliortest
notice with Pure Ire I ream, M aler Ire, Ar , iht their own lew
('ream fr.f.en. and of any flavor, f ail.lactli.ti bliAHaN
TUMI, or no pay. Nrver dlsapixdnl. 1rt of rrfrrenre.
The Proprietor will always b on liaml la person, n4
Iherefor hoei, by prompt atlenllon tn business, curtesy to
Ilia cuitoineii and a d.-sir to pleas Ihi-aa at all llusrsi. In a),
cure a liberal share of lbe public palronag. o'ja las
ICE CREAM PARLORS !
NO. 00 HOTEL FTHEET.
The Proprietors have spared no pains lo niaksthra Parlor
complete in every particular, combining bold com lor I aud
l'uliie and altenllve wallers alwas on Land to atleiHl lo
Having made permanent arranvrmenta wlih Mr. Ijkm Urn
Jean. Ihe proprietor ff Ihe Parisian healaoranl, w ar )
parl to lurtiodi to Halls, Parlira, l auilliea, Ac., Cakes ot all
kinds, either plain or ornamented In lb blsbeat atvle nf th
dec.walire art. jy Wedding Cakes a siciaiiy.
Also In our line, we will anntilv lee ( reams. Ices. Hherlwta.
Ac, of iiH-rior quality, m aboil nutlo.
Our diM-iisinc counter for Aerated tleverafes. Ilixd Itaera.
Ae., is supplied wild the best ami healthiest drinks for Ihis
Try our fwret Effervescing ('Ural of Magnesia, Nianufse.
lured from the receipt of a cel. dialed physician.
We solicit lh I hi Idle natrotiase. and will make our beat
effort to please. o'M
MEW GOODS I
FROM BREMEN !
HAWAIIAN BK. R. 0. WYLIE
AnJ consulting of a I arge Assnrtnient nf
STAPLE AI FJMCy GOODS
Cotton. Linens, Woolens snd Hilks, New Trims,
Denims, Hie. ting, Cloth, Hurksklns, llaonela, Weiluos,
Ac., Ac, Ac,
Ilandkerchitls, Hosiery, Klilrts, Towels, 1'uibrrllaj,
thawls and Octhitig. Illanke's, 4c.
Dags and llsggit:(, Caovas. An
Invoice of Christmas Goods
TOTS, PERFUMER!', Ar.
S A 3 1 T, 12 IT, YI
CALFSKINS, STATIONERT, Ar.
JP TJ iS ITURE!
I liOM NELTELD, Ii tit LIN, Vienna Chairs,
Cutlory, tuckets, Tubs, Haucrpana, C orrull Kof a
Fence Wire, JPxip Iron, Tin Plate, Tin, liar IroQ,
Vclrow Metal, I'ies, Zinci Lead, e.
J? j. I 1ST T S !
Keroen Oil, Caaaphnr, Ae.
CROCKERY AUD GLASS VARE !
DEMIJOHNS AND IIAXKr;TN,
Candlef, "oapa, Fiigar, Ac ,Ao. ,,c,
powdi:r aivi shot :
H r.e Rcj. and Oih.r Cordage,
Printing and Wtapt,;j par,
ft. Taul's, Ilnvariaii and I r. r II. wr.
Claret and Ithine Winea, Uraudy, Om, 4c.
Chaniigne Hcidnich, Vbr.reau, Ulc.
Tallow Barrels, l ire Bf l, ks, Coals, Oambia, Parrels CVaveot
- FOR HALE II V
H. HACKFELD & CO-
Portrait and Landscape Photography,
rsIE UNDERSIGNED II A VI NO NOW ALL
the apparaiut and conveniences fiar traveling, ia prepared
l visit any part of lbe Island, ami do either portraits or
views tn order at abort notice. Mrst-olaas work only will b
done. TertiiS f-aah, or ilraft on onolulu, when the nesaUrea.
are made. Addri rs,