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BY E. P. ADAMS.
For Account of Whom it May Concern. I THURSDAY,
AT AUCTION, I
tlio XT n clorHiRiiocl,
BY C. S. BARTOW.
Room Sale !
TUESDAY, NOV. 12th,
At 14 A. M. oottDo-k, the fjZin.cg
Ex Brlt:li Bark Ekback, ttimigo-i If fa mw, Tj:
3f. F. C, i'0 Bool. Fence Witt, more or le;
0 Bates Tin Plate, mare or less;
S la diamond, 51, '0 e- Corrected Iron, more or
K. I. ADAMS, Aucl'r.
REGULAR CASH SALE !
ON FRIDAY, : : : NOV. 15th,
A l 10 a. m., will be aolJ,
AM) A LINK OF
LarJ, W h.ttaker'i Star II am and Bacon,
One Pound Salmon, Sardines , Shrimi, Ytaal PoarJer,
GOLDEN GATE TABLE FRUITS !
Jama an I Jellici, Grern Corn, Orn Peat, plcklrs, Ac.
K. I. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
FOR SilEalES !
Rocoivod by ovory Steamer.
IIITTAKr.R'9 STAR IIAM3 AND BACON.
KoaKl Beef, Koaat Mutton.
Compressed Corned Beef,
Pigs' Feet !
Baked Pork and Ueanf, in tins,
YARMOUTH GREEN CORN,
Fresh Salmon, 1 and 2 lb tins,
McMarraj'a Oysters, 1 and 2 lb tins,
Fresh lobsters, Fresh Clams,
Fresh Barataria Shrimps,
GOLDEN GATE TABLE FRUIT,
3 lb tins; PEACHES, PEARS, PLUMS, Ac,
GOLDEN GATE PIE FRUITS,
3 lb tins; PEACHES, PEARS, PLUMS, Ac,
Golden Gate Jams.
Mi Ted P kales, qtt; Soda Crackers in cases or tins.
Milk Crackers in tins,
Ojster, Ginger and Asstd Cracker in tins,
Medium Bread, Saloon Pilot Bread,
Condensed Milk, Eagle Brand, Borden's,
Sardines, quarter and half tiiis,
Fresh Lard In 5 lb tins.
MACONDRAY'S JAPAN TEA,
One-half and one-third pound papers,
Macondras Choice Oolong Tea,
FIVE POIND3 EACH,
Preston . Merrill Yeast Powder,
Ground Pepper and Mustard in (lass,
Kingsfurd' Cora Starch, 20 lb bxt, 1 lb paper,
Corn Meal, Oat Meal,
Table Salt in bags, 10 lbs,
CALIFORNIA CUBE SUGAR,
Candles, California Potatoes,
California Onions, Mason's Blacking-,
California, 33 latter !
FIFTV POUNDS EACH.
California Oats, California Barley, &c, &c.
f2f All at unusually LOW RATES. Orders from
the other Islands will hare prompt attention.
E. P. ADAMS,
T1IIE PARTNERSHIP HITHERTO EX
ItfTING between the undersigned PHILIP MILTON
and QOODaLE ARMSTRONG as ugar Planters, at Olowalu.
on the Island ol Maui, under the firm or style of P. MILTON
Co., ha this day been dissolved by mutual consent.
Dated this twelfth day of September, 1STS.
(Signed) GOOD ALE ARMSTRONG
(Signed) PHILIP MILTON.
Witness. tSijoed) WM. U. IKW1N.
The undersigned will carry on the business at Olowalu
onder the style or firm of G. ARMSTRONG 4- Co., and will
assume all the liabilities of the late firm.
ael4 (Signed) Q. ARMSTRONG k Co.
To Sugar Planters.
HR.WOODHEAD. REPRESENTING the
ir .1 famous House of Messrs. PO.NT1FEX Ac WOOD, Su
gar Machinery makers of London will Tisit parties or confer
with planters on their estates to take orders, famish plans and
Tire any information to parties desiring to order sugar ma
chinery. Address with V. BREWER k CO.
Get Ready for the Holidays !
HONEY COMB SPIRALS,
FOR BEAUTIFYING THE HOME.
THE LATEST HANDT WORK FOR TIIK
Ladies. The undersigned has received a large supply of
the above which will be offered immediately for the benefit of
parties desirinf to make up articles for the Holidays.
Samples of this fascinating work will b on exhibition this
White Walnut and Colored Splints on hand,
Matter a sheets for spiral or splint work given to each purchasers-
Also received, a fine assortment of
.Pattern Books for Embroidery, Crochet
and "Waffle Work.
.u.i. thus O. T II KI'M. Merchant St.
At ljO'! . it ,i'..-r-r7i. l-
And a Variety of Other Goods !
LOT OF GROCERIES !
LOT OF FURNITURE!
TWO SEWING MACHINES,
FIXE LOT OF PLAXTS
C. H. BARTOW. Aurt'r.
FURNITURE SALE !
Residence of Mrs. Von Pfister
N't CAN I-' AVENLE.
ON THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5,
At 10 A. M , will be sold,
TIIEFIUXITIRE OFSAII) RESIIJEME
PARLOR, BED-ROOM & KITCHEN
Chairs, Tables, Lounges,
ONE COTTAGE PIANO!
IN EXCELLENT ORDER.
CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE !
COOK STOVE, NEARLY NEW;
ONE GOPHERING MACHINE!
And other Articles of Household Furniture.
After the Sale of Furniture will
be offered, the
Valuable House & Lot,
A Most Desirable Residence!
Pleasantly Located, and a Short Distance
C. S. BARTOW Auct'r
of this popular place of resort, beg
to notify his customers and the public senerally, that from
and after the 1st of November, his prices lor board (on the
ground floor) will be REDUCED, as follows:
Board per "Week. ... SO.OO
Single MenU. ..... .50
li-2 lm 49 Hotel Street.
Just Rec'dfrom Hongkong
VIA SAN FRANCISCO.
A CHOICE LOT I
OF XCMBER TWO
Genuine Manila Cigars
WHICH I OFFER
FOR SALE EV BOiD !
Cheap to the Trade.
ALMAiVAC, FOR 1879 !
Is now in Coarse of Publication,
TO BE ISSUED DURING DECEMBER!
PARTIES DESIRING COPIES IX QUAN
TITY will please leave orders, and persons desiring ad
vertising space will please make early application.
The coming i-ue will not be behind any of its predecessors
in valuable information, while it will contain new f.-atures of
interest, and it is hoped that as no pain or expense is spared
to make it merit the confidence of the public it will receive a
Price per Copy, 50c; per Dozen, $5.
The success attending the Centennial number em
boldens the publisher to issue a larger edition. From
the satisfaction given last year to his News Patrons
throughout the islands, the liberty will be taken
again by the undersigned of mailing a copy of the
Annual 10 each Island Subscriocr unless ordered
otherwise as soon as issued. This will accommodate
many, and tend to insure the expenses of publication
being covered. Parties desiring more copies will
please advise. Patrons receiving copies not wanted
can return them in the same wrappers, if unopened,
without expense to them.
Orders to mail copies abroad must include ten
cents for postage. Parties ordering cn remit iu
TIIOS. G. THRUM.
INTERESTED IN SUGAR MANUFACTURE.
rwvilR UNDERSIGN EI RESPECTFrLLT
JL notifies ail parties interested, that :l.e subscription list cf the
"SUCAR CANE, " FOR 1879,
The most complete publication known devoted tthis branch
of industry, will be made up and forwarded early in Dec., and
persons desirous of securing the same will please send in their
names early, as it has been found very difficult to alter a list
during the year and secure the back mml-ers.
Subscription Price, $5 per Annum !
Parties contemplating a change in their Sub
scription Lists for 1S79, are requested to give
notice prior to making np the December accounts,
to simplify matters and avoid l.eia y.
TIIOS. G. THRUM.
New Agent, Honolulu.
FOR SAX Fit AXCISCO.
! -.. A 1 SCHOONER.
IJUG LA Si, Mst.-T.
Will line Immediate Dispatch far the Aboie Tort.
I'cr Freighter ri4ar, apr-Iy t
l3 W.O.IRWIN & lO. Aj-rr.U.
FOK SAX FRAXCISCO
Will Have Quick Dispatch for Above Port
Fr freijM cr j.wg, a; ply to
r.9 WM. G. IRWIN & CO.. Agents.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
THE HAWAIIAN SCHOONER
Will Have Quick Dispatch for Above Port
For Freight or Pasag, aj ply to
d7 WM. G. IRWIN CO., Agects.
For Poi'tlmid, Oregon.
v-j., THE FAST SAILING BARKENTINE
i Jane JS. Falkinbur,
Will Have Quick Dispatch for Above Port
Fcr Freight or Passage, apply to
e2J CASTLE COOKE, Agents.
Will be Due Here From 1'rrn
ON OR ABOUT NOVEMBER, 18, 1878.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
se21 C. BREWER 4; CO., Agents.
STEAMSHIP COMPANY !
FOR SAX FRAXCISCO.
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
CITY OIP SYDWEY,
Will leave Honolulu for San Francisco on
or about Monday, Nov. 25th.
For Sydney, via Auckland !
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
ON OR ABOUT TUESDAY, DEC. 3rd,
U. IIACKFELD k CO., Agents.
Good for Shipment per Steamer can new
be Stored, Free of Charge, in the Fire-proof
Wnrrhonae near the Steamer Wharf.
TIME-TABLE OF THE
STEAMER ' LIKELIKE;
REYNOLDS, : : s : MASTER.
Tuesday, Nov. 12, 5 p m
Tuesday, Nov.l'J, o p ra
Tuesday, Nov. 26, 6 p tn..
Tuesday, Dec. 3, 5pm
Tuesday, Pec. 10, 6 p m
Tuesday, Dec. 17, 5 p m
Tuesday. Dec. 24, 5pm
Tuesday, Dec. 31, 6pm
Circuit of Hawaii
Circuit of Hawaii
Circuit of Hawaii
.........Circuit of Hawaii
No Credit for Passage Money !
We nositivelv decline to open accounts for Passages, and we
particularly call the attention of the traveling public to the
necessity of having Baggage and Freight plainly marked; the
Steamer will not be responsible for any unmarked baggage or
for any Freight or Parcels unless Krreipled lor.
FREIGHT MOXEV DUE ON' DEMAND !
In all cases of Freight for parties not legponslble or un
known, the F'reight Money will be required In advance.
PACKAGES OF LIQUORS AND "WINES
MUST BE PLAINLY" MARKED
For the ptrty whom they are for, or plainly stated in the re
ceipt to whom they are consigned.
All demands for Damage or Loss, must he made within one
IU Hack Drivers, Boys, and such like, will not be allowed
on board the Steamer upon arrival, until after the passengers
have been landed.
,le8 WILDER & CO.
S. C. ALLEN.
x. r. KOBIXSOS.
ALLEN & KOBINSON,
AT ROBINSON'S WHARF. DEALERS IN
i LUMBER and all kinds of BUILDING MATERIALS
Paints, Oils, Nails, Ac, kc.
AGKXTS FOR SCHOOXKK9
LEAH I. j'
del) Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Qj
.A.. FRANK COOKE,
AGE.VT OF THE FOLLOWIXO COJSTERS
FLAG. Red with Unite Ball. OFFICE, Corner of
jy20 Nuuanu and Queen Streets. ir
T. K. FOSTER & Co.,
iGEXTS FOR SCHOONERS
Mary E. Foster,
And the Water Boat.
dli Office on the Esplanade, Honolulu.
NEW YORK AND HONOLULU LINE!
Direct Vessels 2
MESSRS.W.II. CROSSMAN &BROTIIER
11S Chamber Street, New York, expect to have
Another Vessel in their New Line
FROM NEW YORK TO HONOLULU,
To Leave in all the Month of December !
Parties having freicht for this port and desiring to avail
themselves of this favorite route, will please notify the above
parties as early as possible the amount of room they will need
to insure their shipments. FREIGHTS TAKEN AT BOT
TOM RATES. tnh9
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Merchandise receive! STORAGE FREE and
1 " V 1 W Inn.. A... ... tn aKtn n u b. . L '
C. BREWER & CO.
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
C. BREWER Ai CO., AGENTS.
Jl?V Favorable arrangements can always be made for
"Vrgf? Storage and Shipment of Oil, Bone. Wool, Hides
and other Merchandise to New Bedford. Boston, New York aDd
n:her Eastern Ports
TT Cash Advances made.
C. BREWER & CO.
liEGULAR PACKET FOR L.UIALM.
.32 THE SCHR. NETTIE MERRILL,
J. II. HATFIELD, Master.
U HIRnu Effrularly between This Tort and Lahaina,
ilonolnln Saturdays and Lahaina everj Wednesday.
tnh33 3m II . UACKFELP 4 Co., Agents.
SATL KDA Y. -VO V EMBER .
Ir H..s vleasf-1 His Ma;'ety it Kig to n.ake tte fot.
Ic-wicjr appoi.itiaei.t-i. viz :
Ot tuber l .nt, 1st Hub. R. I"- Bickrt- u. Cozuo-is-ioiier
cf Boccdaries !. r ti.e Ilii-J t f OaLu. it- Hi
Excellency E. Pret:n. r;fci.eJ.
October liti. lsT? n.a. L. Atulo. Cou.mss-iiot.rr cf
Boundaries for the Gub n.storial District of Maul, Mvlo
kai ami Ijtiiai. vice Hon. A. Forsai.der. reirnetl.
October 2th. ! Ui Exoellent-y S. Kipi. Cumna.
Kloner of Boundaries for the I.latiJ ot Hawaii, vice R. A.
Lyman, Esq.. resigLit-d.
Ivlatii Palace. Ootb r 31-t, iit2 It
Mr. HtLry Gibsoii has Utn this day apt-iitttl R; aJ
Supervisor of the Island t f L-tiai.
no2 4t Sah'l G. Wilx)J.b.
Interior Office, Ott. 3 K. Mia. of the Interit-r.
Notice is hertby Klven. that WiiUm O Atwater. Ei.
cf Lahaina, I-land of Maui, ha ttis Jay been appointed
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Second Judicial Circuit,
to take efftct from the lt'.th dsy of November, A P K.
By order of the Ct-urt. John E Babsard.
Clt-rk of the Supreme Court.
Honolulu, October iv. let. norJ-4t
Mr. M. Makalua has been appointed by the Board ol
Education, Echuol Agent fur the district cf Lanaioa, I "land
of Maui, in place cf H. Ex. W. L. Mochocua, deceased.
W. J as. Smith,
Education Office, Secretary.
Oct. 24th 1STS. oci6 3t
The following tracts of Government land will be
leased for the term of ten years by public auction cu
November IS, at 12 o'clock m, in front of Aliioiani Halo.
No. 1. In North Hilo, Hawaii, the tract included be
tween Iltunuula and Waipunalei. containing the laud
Awawaikl and others, and described in general terms aa
fjllows: Beginning at the middle of water-course of
Kaawalii Gulch at the 8ta, ami running along the sea.
direct distance one mile, to the middle of Waipunalri
Gulch; thence up the boundary of Waipunalei ma de
scribed in the boundary certificate of same, a distance of
three miles; thence down the middle of Kaawalii Gulch,
along Humuula to the initial point, containing an area of
nine hundred, acres. I'pwt price, i'200 per annum.
No. 2. Ia Hamakua, Hawaii, the tract included be
tweeu Opihilala and Paauilo described ha follows: Begin
ning at the extreme N angle of Paauilo, at junction of
sea coact with centre of gulch, and running along the
sea: N79 W (mag.) 550 feet; N5D W (mag.) 7S0 feel ;
N4GS 30' W (mag.) 750 feet; N C2 W (mag.) COO feet; S
70 4" W (mag.) 7'J3 feet to bouudary of Opihilala Grant
947; thence along the boundary of said grant S 11s 40'
W, 3160 feet, thence along prant 1277 S 70 45' E, 2250
feet to the middle of Paauilo Gulch; thence down the
middle of said gulch (the direct diwtauce being 3100 feet)
to the initial roint, arta 207 acres. Vpset price f 175 per
Maps of the above may be seen at the Survey Office.
Terms Quarterly in advance. S.ot'L G. Wilder,
ocl9 5t Minister of the Interior.
Last of Licenses Expiring in November,
Nov. OA III RETAIL.
2 George F. Roberts, Mauuakea St., Honolulu.
2 George F. Roberts, cor. Nuuanu aud Hotel SU.f Hon.
6 O. Segelken & Co., Nuuanu St., Honolulu.
C Afong & Achuck, Nuuanu St.. Honolulu.
f Thoa. J. Thrum, Merchant St., Honolulu.
7 P. H. Tripp, cor. Fort and King SU Honolulu.
10 Aki, Kalihi, Kona. Oahu.
11 Win, M. Weuner. Fort St.. Honolulu.
12 L. Copenhagen, Nuuanu St., Honolulu.
13 H. R. Hollister, Nuuanu St., Honolulu.
13 Tong Lo. Nuuanu St., Honolulu.
17 Joseph EnoH, King St., Honolulu.
22 Lenug Nam. Ulakolieo, Honolulu.
23 Nathaniel Clifford. Mauuakea St.. Honolulu.
24 Ton Kim aud Man t.'heong, Emma St., Honolulu.
2f Allen & Robiuson, Queen St., Honolulu.
27 Frederick Peterson, Fort St., Honolulu.
7 J. T. & H. Waterhouse, Queen St., Hoik. lulu.
9 reter Fernandez, Mauuakea St., Honolulu.
15 Wm. Auld, Nuuanu St. Honolulu.
1 Kanalo, No. 9.
10 Kanewahiue, No. 9'.'.
10 Nailepelapela. No. 100.
13 Atong. No. lul.
17 K. Jubey, No. 102.
17 Paka. No. 103.
20 S. Napua, No. 104.
13 Saml. Kamaka, No. 2.
1. Dayton, No. 3.
15 Keota, No. 4.
Mahele, No. o.
Kamai, No. C.
15 Kamuela. No. 7.
15 Napoe, No. 8.
15 Bila Kawaa, No. 9.
15 H. Waterhouse. Kona.
15 A. J. I'artwrigUt, Kona.
15 John Tibbitts, Kona.
A. S. Cleghorn & Co., Retail, Kaunakakai.
20 S. Magnin, Retail, Wailnku.
1 On Chong, Retail, Waiohinu, Kau.
14 Apana, Victnaling, Punahoa. Hilo.
20 Akina Apo, Retail, i-apauuoenoe.
27 W. S. Akana, Retail, Laimi, Hilo.
The Regular Meeting of the Hawaiian Mission
Children's society will be held this evening at the
residence of Mr. H. Rcmenschneider.
New Goods at Grant & Robertson's. Ladies' Hosiery
White and Colored, for sale cheap at Gkant & Robertson's.
U Ladies' back Combs, latest design, at Grant &
Badies' Colored Neckties, new style, at Grast &
y A Large Selection of Real and Imitation Laces, at
Grant & Robertson's.
y Black and Navy Blue, Silk Velvet, at Grant k
ftjr Lecse Ruching White and Colored Kids, at Grant
gy- THE KING dispenser of Iced Temperance Drinks,
(Crowell) has just received at his Bonanza " Ice Cream
rarlors another fresh lot of those choice and rure can
dies. No charge for looking at them; no trouble to show
ZJ The Juvenile Confectioners, Messrs. Griffin k
Dwigbt are opening a very choice selection of CALIFOR
NIA CANDIES, to which they invite the attention of the
They will also be on hand at Emma Square with Ice
Creams and refreshments, on the nights of moonlight
concerts. no9 St
CT A PRAVER MEETING WILL BEHELD
every Sunday Evening in the Vestry of the Fort Street Church,
tt a quarter of seven o'clock. All are cordially invited to
attend'.'"' 5 3m
A. L,. SMITH HAS JUST RECEIVED PER
sailing vessel and steamer, a part of his New Goods for Christ
mai, consisting of Jewel Stands, Glass Flower Stands, ol sev
eral styles and shapes; White and Walnut Splints, of three
Sizes; Budd Vases, Tottery Ware, Motto Frames, Cabinet
Frames, Jasepoia Match Boxes, etc. ' On the way out, to ar
rive per Zealandia, Dec. 3.1. a New ani Splendid Assortment
ot Triple-plated Ware, of the newest and most attractive
styles, consisting of Pickle Castors, Celery Stands, Cake
Baskets, Preserve Dishes, Butter Dishes, Spoon Holders, Jewel
Stands, Vases, Toilet Bitt:e, Card Receivers, Individual
Salts, Knife Rests, Paper Weights, Pie Knives, Cake Knives,
Soup Ladles, etc. Also a Fresh Invoice of Lustral Wire
Ware. Also a Large Assortment of Walnut Corner and Side
Brackets. Also a Fine Selection of Pocket Knives, just what
the boys will want, etc., etc. 1'
Loxdox, Oct. 2G. Foreign financiers have pro
posed to the Porte to reform the Turkish customs,
with the understanding that they are to obtain
forty per cent of the increase of revenue.
Vienna, Oct. 20. The news from Bulgaria
is alarming. The notables are organizing a move
ment for the extermination of Mohammedans, and
the Russians encourage a secret Committee in pro
curing arms. A preat struggle is likely to take
place during the Winter.
Constantinople, Oct. 2C. The British Minister
energetically insists upon the execution of the
convention between the Porte and England abol
ishing the sale and importation of slaves. Layard
demands the freedom of the slaves who recently
took refuge at the British Consulate.
Edineukgit. Oct 26. The bankruptcy is announ
ced of the John Innes Wright Company of Glas
gow and London. Wright is one of the Imprisoned
Directors of the City of Glasgow Bank. He and
bis partner, William Scott, are heavily indebted to
the bank on acceptances.
1 In. N. B. 1:ee4'). n cf tb- Ut Kev. Mr.
j En;eron f.r m.vij ytAM a nii'.onfj at WiiuWi.
A vert in teres '.log an 1 racy letter wis recriv- Ca ills I.micJ, arrived by the Vy .w I'ori.
ed ibis mail from lie Hon. W. M. Gibson, wticb e ,iQjer!and bo will take medical clr.- cf
we r.gret we bare not fj ace to print tkU wee, j tLc Leper m t'.'.em. r;t at M dokai. Tins want
. ..rr i I n,
Feer Relief office the other day. give SI 000 to
the treasurer, refuted to give ts name, and went
Thk Editorial tone and temper ot the G-ntlit
L.i qaiie iajprvved cf late. Let no one Lint that
Wna the approval c f His Excellency the Miuitrr tf
Finacce, I have s;p.ii.ti Mr. Frak E:ndt t tx Col
lector c f Cut iL f . r ti-e Pert of Kolca. Ktuti.
V. F. Al-t.ES, CwllecUT Grceral.
Cvllect or General OSice, Ovt. aO. lfTS. njv9-2ia
tLe ibeu:e ot tLe fdi'or Las bad anyilirg tj Co
i wi;b ttl re'.:t.
TiiANk. Ours are due to Purser LVarJiiey.
of the steamer City -Vetc Yvrkw for ties cf late
tte Merchants Exciace. if
jy The Peruvian Government baa decreed, ow
ing to failure ct the crops ia Bolivia, that all pro
visions necessary for the relief of the sufTerert
shall pass tLrouih Teru free of duty.
The Bixi. since returning from their vacatk-D,
show no depreciation in their performances.
Their execution ot new music at the square during
the moonlight evenings cf the past week shows
plainly that Mr. Berger still holds the baton.
Madame Jennie Claus Concert takes
place this evening at the Theatre. The pro
gramme selected is all that the most exacting
can require, and the public may be assured that
the rendering cf it will prove perfect.
Tus bark Diicottty left San Franc'uco Oct. 27th
for this port, with eighty-four mule cn board, fcr
the plantation cf II. Turton, Eaq. Thete mules were
furnished by Messrs. Crego & Bowley, cf San Fran
cisco, whese advertisement appears in to-day's paper.
Special Attention is called to the extension of
time for receiving proposals for the erection of a
Masonic Hall for Hawaiian Lodge No. 21, F. A A.
M. Proposals will be received at the office of E.
P. Adams, Esq. up to 12 o'clock, v., on Wednes
day, Nov. 13.
Can Cikk Leprost. A New York loctor,
named Joseph Schilinger, recently addressed the
San Francisco Board of Health, stating that having
beard that leprosy was prevalent in that ity, be
was fully capable of curing the same. Ha had
cured a great many cases of leprosy ia Europe.
Under the bead of ' Personal," the Indiana
polis (Ind.) Journal says: "At Makawao,
Sandwich Islands, in a missonary school, ia a native
girl who rejoices in the came of Broadway
Tabernacle The church of that name ia New
York supports her."
Mcsic. The band will play this afternoon at
Emma Square, at tea minutes before five o'clock.
The following is the programme :
March" The Pretty Maid Milking her Cow Kappey
Overture, Opera " Honiilda and Coustauze". .Meyerbeer
Finale, Opera" Lucia'' Donizetti
Waltz "The Fashions" Strauss
Selection, Opera " Fra Diavolo" Auber
Oalop "Per Force" Strang
Beaitiftl Castings. Among the articles to be
Been on the wharf, saved from the wreck of the i
bark Eskbank, are two tops of Vacuum Pans,
which have been much admired by our sugar
men, and pronounced to be the finest and smooth
est castings ever seen here. The pans we bt
lieve are intended for Mossman & Anderson, of
Makawao, and the Wailuku Plantation, and were
supplied by Mirrlees, Tait & Watson, of Glasgow.
More Opicm. Yesterday a fresh lot of opium
was discovered some sixty boxes concealed in a
package containing a blacksmith's vise, received
from San Francisco by the Elise. It is believed
that there has subsisted here for a considerable
time, an opium ring, who Lave systematized its"
surreptitious introduction into the country. On
the return of the Attorney General from Hawaii
the matter will be judicially investigated.
felt will now be supplied, an.l tf.e neceary
; relief a!TrJtd the poor ur.fc rl;: :)'.. lr. 1'..t.t
! f'n I entitled t ll oti'cin of tbo community
j for bis M-'.f-fAcriSce ; bi.t we are ;re that the cct
j ncioiisnc of perf; Ttnirg a cb-uitable and acrd
? dty vti)l be hi tet reward.
j - - -
uirwRKCS The f.rsf marine duster con
sequence ttat ta happened ia the i.t iLbrrhood
of Honolulu fcr years occurred cn Sunday last, in
the stranding cf the Dti'.Uh Lark A'.il-J'Jl , from
Glasgow, cn the reef eff Diamond Head. Tie ves
ft west on the reef at 11 o'clock Sunday mornlr.g.
The little steamer Mkci.l was at the time oa ber
way from Molckai, aaJ a soon at ber natter,
Captain Bates, sighted the veel ia diitre. be
proceeded to ber a?i.ance. The ea a quite
smooth at the time. At soon a ateatn could be
got upon the tug VV, Captain Brown, she wat
dispatched outside, and the tteamer iiir.'.. cf
Wilder & Co., immediately get cp steam and pro
ceeded to the scene of disaster, arriving near the
wreck at 3.30 P. u. Th.io it will be seen that every
elort was made u liT. the stranded bark trcm t-r
imprisoned position. No amount of tugting could
remove ber, but by every roll cf the sea she be
came deeper embedded in ter ccral cell. A few
Tjcnirs after taking ground t-he bad ten feet of
water In the hold, which was gaining rapidly. On
the water reaching oleven f.tt iu the bold, the
Pilot decided to abandon the vessel, add ordered
the steamer 7't.V to quit tugging, a there wat
every cbar.ee then ot ber sinking in d-ej water,
with all ber cargo, were she to be gotten off the
reel. The Pilot then advised the employment of
Wilder A Co. steamer, the Jokck'. to come
alongside, and save cargo, at rapidly nt possible,
while the position of the ship would allow it. The
steamer was oflered by Wilder A" Co., to save cargo
on salvage, which the Captain and Agents of the
vessel accepted, and since then, the little ateatm r
has made wonderful progress in rescuing merchan
dise, some 200 tons having been safely landed'up
to this writing. It is the opinion of nau.ical men.
that the vessel's fate was decided three hours after
ber striking on the teif, and that she tiust have
proved a total loss, as the great depth of water in
the bold, and the ebb and flow of the same, proved
conclusively, that there was a large rent or bole in
the bottom. The swell breaks clean over the vet
gel at times, and has done so from very shortly
after her striking, thus making the position of the
wreckers at times very perilous. At high tide,
the water is flush with the sbip'n upper deck, and
the steamer's men are obliged to dive down to
fasten the slings on to every package taken out of
the bold, for w hich work our natives are admira
bly adapted. No means or appliances could have
been used, in our opinion, to save the ship, a few
hours after her striking. The ship and cargo were
consigned to Messrs. G. W. Maclarlanu & Co., and
the cargo was an unusually large one, consisting
principally of Sugar Machinery, among which
was a complete Sugar Plant and Iron Boiling
House for Messrs. Mossman t Anderson, of Ma
kawao, Maui, supplied by Mi rices, Tait & Watson,
of Glasgow, being the first of a number of Sugar
: Plants now being supplied to our new plantations.
by these celebrated manufacturers. We under
stand that a duplicate lot of machinery is on the
way, in case of accident or loss to the first ship
ment, which we trust will meet a better late aud
thus save our agricultural interests any serious
blow, by the loss of a good crop. A coutt of in
quiry, we learn, will shortly be held by the British
Consul, to enquire into the circumstances attending
this unfortunate disaster. The Exkhank was a Due
iron vessel, nearly new, and we bear that the
ship and cargo were fully insured.
Eeport of Captain Jackson, of the Hawai
ian Brig "Storm-Bird."
Mr. II. Scucsslek, Mr. Spreckles' agent and man
ager of the great sugar works to be carried out on
Maui, arrived with his family, per steamer this week
from Sao Francisco. He brings with him a sufficient
number of mechanics and laborers to begin the work
without delay, and we understand no time will be
lost in commencing operations. The bark Fremont
will be due at Kahului about the 20th of this month
with a freight of materials, etc., necessary for the
prosecution of the enterprise.
Ascaeis Lcmbhicordes. A fearful name, ia it
not? But it looked quite as bad as its name, the
past week, when exhibited in Whitney & Robert
son's window. It was only a white worm, three or
four inches long, quite common to humanity bere
and elsewhere, which live in human intestines. The
present "fearful example" was coughed op by a
native man, whose regular diet should not be of a
nature to stimulate any of these confounded
ascaris" fellows. Perhaps, however, the poi diet
has got something to do with it.
" CUARITY AND PHILANTHROPY" WOrdd that
addres3 themselves to all hearts. These words
stand at the bead of the title-page of a pamphlet
"published gratis by W. B. Campbell, Sydney,
N. S. W.," and which we have received by last
mail. It is a Prize Essay, Ilistorial, Statistical
and General, on the Institutions of Sydney, which
aim at the diminution cf vice or the alleviation
of misery and are supported wholly or in party
by the gifts of the charitable. The pamphlet is
written by the Kev. S. W. Brooks, and is print
ed and published gratis by Mr. Campbell. In a
note to us be says "If you choose to notice this5
essay in your columns, you may state that any
one can have a copy free of cost by applying to
me W. B. Campbell. George Street, Sydney,
N. S. W.'; It is a highly interesting pamplet of
some H pages.
Gas Light. The Legislative Assembly at its
last session passed an Act " to provide for the
lighting of the city of Honolulu with gas, or by
other artiScial means." It seems that we are
likely to be nearer the accomplishment of this
desideratum than we bad supposed. Mr. F. C.
Havens, representing the " Union " Gas Com
pany of San Francisco, has opportunely arrived
here by the P. M. S. S. City tf Xeia York; for
the purpose of introducing in Honolulu the
" Union " gas machinery. These machines are
among the wonders of the present wonderful
age. They are run by water, using but little of
that article, and requiring but little attention.
We are informed that many of the finest private
residences, as well as the hotels in San Fran
Cisco and Oakland are using these machines, the;
light being found not only more powerful but'
more economical than any other. Among the'
testimonials to this effect is a very strongly;
worded one from Mr. Claus Spreckles. As will!
be seen by advertisement, G. W. Macfarlane A?
Co. are agents here for the machines. An exhn
bition of the light will be made on some day
during the coming week, of which due notice
will be given.
His Majkstt's Bikthdat which occurs on Sat
urday the IGth inst.. will be observed as a general
holiday. The young men interested in boating
affairs, wishing to have a little sport, and to afford
amusement to others, held a meeting last Saturday
evening, and decided to celebrate the day, by
having a regatta. Committees of Arrangements,
and Finance were appointed, consisting of Messrs.
J. W. Robertson, W. L. Wilcox. F. Brown and II.
E. Whitney, to draw up the necessary programme,
and to solicit subscriptions. An adjourned meet
ing was held on Thursday evening, to bear tke
reports of the Committees, which were accepted.
and the Committees were authorized to carry out
the programme. The Finance Committee, report
ed, having received subscriptions to the amount of
300. The sum of C0O is required, and it is to
be hoped, that the community will subscribe
liberally towards it, so that the requisite sum may
be obtained, as the Committee intend to make the
few hours spent on the wharf, as pleasing to every
one as possible. The piogramme decided upon,
and which will be carried out, if a sufficient sum
is raised, is as follows :
1 Yacht race; 2 C oared gig race; 3 whale
boat sail race: i canoe race; 52 oared boat
race; C swimming race; 7 tub race; 84 oared
boat race; 9 canoe race; 10 single scull race;
115 oared whaleboat race; 12 shore boat sail
race; 132 oared boat race.
IIoNoi.u.r, November 4, 1878.
Editor Advkktiskh Sir: I band you bere
ft with the report of Capt. Jackson, of the Hawaiian
I . L ! T ' 1 1 '. . I. .. - 1 1 : 1 i - 1.
rig iiotto-x( ru, wnicu you urr ui nooiijr iu puo-
.-1). The Board of Immigration wish all publicity
be given to all its acts in thii matter of Immi
ation, offering as the Board does to all these
ptople, homes wilh good treatment and wages,
sijch as they never dreamed of receiving. In all
the measures taken to induce them to come t
these Islands, acting with a strict regard to tbo
rights and good of the immigrants, we wish to
publish a record of our efforts.
These immigrants are all engaged to different
planters at wages, for the men, of five, nix and
seven dollars per month and found, for three
years' service ; for the women, four, five and six
dollars per month, lor the ame period. The
employer pays all the taxes, and the children are
properly cared for and are to be sent to school.
These people are specially under the care of the
Board of Immigration, and the Board will see to it
that they are well treated and the contracts faith
fully carried out.
f Capt. Jackson reports that large numbers are
' willing and desirous of coming to these Islands.
The Board agrees that all who desire, shall at the
expiration of their three years contracts, be re
turned to their homes ; but expect that they will,
t least the majority, make these Islands their
The Mana, belonging to Samuel Parker, Esq ,
is being fitted up for a trip in search of immi
grants ; she is sent under the rules and control of
the Board, while Mr. Parker will take all the peo
ple to bis own estate, still the immigrants come
under the control of the Board the rame as the
"-Capt. Jackson will sail November 25th, on a
third voyage. The little girl spoken of will be
taken all care of, shown all that is to bo seen and
sent back, to report ber views of Hawaii. I have
the honor to be your obedient servant,
SAM'L G. WlI.bKR.
Minister of the Interior nrul
1'rtsident Jioard of Jvitni'jradon.
II. II. M. Brio Stokmkikd,
IIoNoi.ti.f, Nov. 2, lblS.
Sir. I have the honor respectfully to report the
arrival at this port of the Stotmbird, under my
.tommand. after ber second voyage, w ith one hund
red and thirty-four (134) immigrants on board,
(including the children who uccompany their
parents and guardiaus,) and beg to submit the
lollowing report of my proceedings since Hailing
from bere on the Cth July last.
In accordance with your written instructions, I
proceeded direct to Apia, Samoa, arriving there
on the 22ud July aft-r a smart run of fifteen days.
The passengers were duly landed and we sailed
again on the 2'Jth July lor the Fijis arriving at I.e
vuka on the 2nd August.
In my dispatches, dated respectively July 22nd
and August 3rd, I made you acquainted with the
facts necessitating my visit to the Fiji a ami I trust
you will approve of the sfps which I took, under
the peculiar circumstances of the case ; and I may
add that my visit to Levuka resulted in every way
satisfactory. Annexed are copies (marked respec
tively A, Ji, V, D, and E.) of the correrpondence
between myself and the Acting Biitisu High Com
missioner for the Western Pacific I-land-.
We sailed from Levuka on the Stli August and
arrived at Ilotum ih I.-lancl on the loth August, of
which I informed you in my Ui.-patcb dated August
27th. I retrret very much to say that I found the
people of Itotumau in a very sad and depressed
state from the effects of the late civil and religion
war, which bad just terminated before our atiival
there, after three months of severe fighting, result
ing in twenty-two having lo-en killed aud about
forty wounded, some of whom moitilly and others
maimed for life.
As it wa- expected fighting might be renewed
at any moment, the chiefs had for the time being
tabooed any one leaving the Inlands, ai every
available man might be required to tnk up arnn
in their respective cause. '1 tie men not b'-iitg able
to leave the 1-lauds, prevented al-o any of the wo
men from emigrating, a they will not come away
from the Island without they are accompanied by
their male relations. It is to be much regretted
that these nice people should be so dixtutbed
amongst themselves, and I much fear that for some
time it will in a great measure prevent their emi
grating ; however we can obtain immigrant
eqially as good from other Inland' ; IVru for ins
tance, from which Island most of th immigrants,
which have now arrived, are from. They are a su
perior class of people, are all Christians and all
more or less can read and write, and better be
haved people I never wish to have as passengers
with me : happy, willing, obedient and cleanly of
habit , most desirable traits of character in per
sons you wish to introduce as immigrants. Three
men were nevertheless engaged at Kotumah and
several others wanted to come w ith me but were
prevented from coming by the chiefs, who were as
equally sorry la not being abl to allow thew to
; com a they trere t r.v lo remain behind.
i W't purcbt! about tu r t!v torn of
an 1 otbr supplies at Rolumab, laid la tuO :iftit fir,
wood, etc., to latt tbe remainder of the voyr. 11m
completing with water, an l wt ai'.ed urn the Slit tf
Auguit, arriving off Ararat oo tbe tvemcf of tbe
6th if September. We iftsaiDeJ until the nt it day,
but aa tbt UlabJ ia ao tLioly populated we did t
obtaia any etaigrectt bere, tj we eailed (in tbe
ritxt Jay fjr ltvroo'e Ii'aoJ, arriving tbe foliuwiag
day, (7th) and escborieg cte to the re f inebore. I
f.'uoJ three native touch dtipoeed to emigrate, bet
thry ety they 'anl to know mi re about Che band,
wich Itiendt, in which caae tbey will t m -tt willieg
to come; tor tbt purpoee I have toJuced Ihent to ea
trutt to my care a little girl wbe cornea io tbe
StortabirJ oa a visit to llootlulu; tbe will ret am
with ut, aoJ b ia a position lo tell ber people all
about what tbe bat ter a attJ what tort cf treatment
ber people are likely to receive; fvr tbat porpoee I
woulJ l.ke your Lxcelleney to el tow tbU chili to
viait co of the plantation, aai a'.eo tee tboee people
wbo art employed ia an i about tbt town cf Itooolala
dJ anything U tbat might latereet ber, to that
be may have a deal to ted ber frteuJ wbea tbt
get back. She will engage bemlf oa ber aeit re
turn, ca the utual term Ibt eativet cf thl Island
tay tbey wi.l tlicve what the girl will tell I hem, but
Doccecee. ibeet people, l.ke tbt Peril, art very
nice native ani mot willing to work, aoJ a great
many have, from time lo lime, beo employed ia '
Samoa aoJ a'.eo in tbe Fj.. There It to IlngUabmaa
who hat beco many year a rvtiJr&t oa tti UleoJ.
it tntrrieJ lo a native woman, anJ ty her hat a
young family, lit ia very deeireua of cosine; to tbt
SanJuicb Island an J bringing all bit family, and
their native relation wilh theui, etuigreut; but
a you will tee t y hi letter to tue, wlicb I annci,
be d.nr net ib to give up a certainty fjr ta
crrtaioty, an 1 witbra for oiu employment being
guaranteed to him before be undertake lo leavt
Hyrvo't IslauJ. A tbe man la I era managing
plantation ia the an J it quit It for plantation
work, may I tuggrtt the desirability cf securing Lit
service ia one way, however email, ly which
mean we shall i btala a number of Immigrant from
Ihi idanJ. Not only will all bit ImmrJiatt connec
tion come, but 1 am quite fur a great many mora
will follow. He epeak the language of lit Lint Isl
ands perfectly, and woulJ be cf great use on a plan
tation where any number of Ibeee pecple were
eroploycJ. He appears alo lo be a very clean, vber,
re peet able man, and apparently much liked and re
spected ty tbt native. Wt engaged tix people here,
four uca and two women, and tailed on tbt ll'ib for
Peru, arriving the next mcrning and anchoring (o a
good politico on tbt writ tide of tbt island. Wt
remained here until tbt evening of Ibt 17th tV pte ru
ber, (four dayi and a half,) during which lime I
engaged ninety-five people, forty-Ate male ana fifty
women, betide bringing with their parents and
guardian, twelve boyt and eleven glrlt; making a
total of one hundred and eighteen from this Ulaad.
This makes a grand total (including four men wbo
are working a passage,) of cat hundred and thirty
two immigrants introduced Into tbe ftoJwich III
lands this tecon J vcyagt cf tbe veescl.
Your Excellency, In your Instruction, det lrcd
me if possible to obtain an equal mi tuber of both
sexes. Great attention ha been paid to tbl and
you will see by the "abstract it tutn" which I en
close, that we have succeeded, although 1 confett
to have expected some difficulty in to doing.
Many of tbo single women are young, healthy and
maringenble, and will no doubt make good bouse
servants in course of time. It you will refer to
my report of the firtt vvymjt you will find tbat
wilh regard to Peru Island. I made u of the
follow ing word : "They will be on the lookout
for the return of tbe Stormblrd, and I have rut
doubt that next voyage a considerable number of
people will be easily obtained here." ,
Now, your Excellency will nee that my utinlse
were quite correct, and It is very gratifying to Ind
that the people of that Island kept their word to
That part of your Instruction relating to IV
nape Island I wa unable to carry out, a having
completed our number of emigrant I wa com
pelled to come on direct from Peru, merely calling
at Juliili for water. After leaving Peru, wt made
for Jaluit, arriving on the 24th ol September where
we completed wilh good water, (supplied from tba
splendid concrete reservoir ol Messra. A. Capella
A Co.,) gave the emigranU a run on shore for a
day or two and made our final start on tbe 30th of
September arriving here after a pleasant voyage.
The Stormblrd arrives In port ia good cider,
and what little repairs, fcc, are neceaaary will not
be very expensive or costly. Accompanying (bit
are the deeds of agreement, mutter roll, a list of
repairs required, list of storrt remaining on board,
together with an account of trade good'' expend
ed, Ac. also list of stores, provision, and med
ical comfort to complete the vrseel for her next
Awaiting further Instruction from you. I have
the honor to be, Sir, your most obedient servant,
Gm. Vs. Gia.ni.rT Jacom.
Mav. l.trut. R. ft., lommandmu It. II. M. Vrty XrmHi4.
To Hi Ex. tbe Hon. Sau'i. G. V il.t.e.it,
MiHflrr of Ik Inlrrtnr enrf
I'rtitdrnt o Ik Uuari of Immiiralwn.
The P. M. S. 8. City of J"tw Vvrk, which
arrived on Tueaday lttt brought ut Han Francltoo
papers to the "Blh ult., with ttlrgraphio date froci
London to the 17th. Tht new, though quilt full
and interetting, it nut particularly Important.
We subjoin a summary. ,
In diplomatic quarter, there Wt Ibt commence
ment of a paper war bctweco England and United
State, io rrgard to the Newfoundland fitberie a
much vexed question. It will probably bt com
promise 1 after tbt shedding of several barrel cf
ink by Lord Salisbury and Secretary livart.
The great Pari Exhibition I to cloie Nov. 21.
Niw Vobk, Oct. 28 Tbt U'urld'i Montreal
tpecfal taya: If ibt American Government abould
refute to settle tbt Halifax award, tba Canadian
(Joverniuent will 1 put into an awkward potitlon l
and if tbo responsibility for thit i thrown upon
Newfoundland, there will be trouble, perbapt of a
eriou character with tba maritimt province.
The matter it engaging tht attention of Sir Jeha.
New Yobk, Oct. 27. Between tlx and nine
o'clock thit morning matked burglar entered tbt
Manhattan Saving Bunk building, eorner of
Broadway and Bleecker ttreet, and, after hand
cuffing the janitor, mad him, under threat of
instant d'.ath reveal tht combination of tbt tafo lo
them and deliver up tbt keyt of tbt bank. They
rifled the vault of a large amount of money, (f 100,
(XXI) a twenty tin boxct known lo have contained
bill were found on tbt floor empty. Tbt door,
window, and all meant of accet from without were
found intact, and it wat evidmttbt thieve Ltd
entered by mean of key. Tbey carried off eeeurU
tie to the amount cf 912,707,700.
Ntw Oblkaxs. Oct. 27. Cooler j thermometer
74". The mercury hat fallen 8"iuct noon. Tbt
report of the Board of Health for tbt twenty-four
hourt ending at noon to-day in JJeath, twenty
two ; new cases, ecventy-four.
VicKsntRO, Oct. 27. Weather cloudy. There
wa a light rain last night and to-dy. The ther
momctcr it 60 and falling, and thert i prospect
of a light freest to-nigbt..
Jacksos, Oct. 27. Eleven new caici tinea
yesterday nooo ; two death.
McMi'ins, Oct. 27. It showered last night, but
to-day it ha been clear and cold. Protpoet art
most flattering for a frott. Tbt Board of lltalth
officially reported two death from yellow fever
for the patt twenty-four hourt ending 6 o'clock
Bombay, Oct. 27. The Timet of India My i
The fortress All Musjid Las beta reconnoitered.
Fifteen gan wereseea iopoaition, but Ibt entrench
inert are oor.
Afghan factories are reported lo be actively at
work converting muzzle-loading rifle into breech
loaders. It is reported that thirty cf tht Ameer' troopt
are dying dally at Jtllalabad, and a forcible levy
ha been ordered.
London, Oct. 27. A tpecial from Ualjeeling
say : It is expected tbe proclamation of war againat
the Ameer cf Afghanittao will be gazetted tbortly
specifying in full tbe reason which decided tbe Gov
ernment to declare war.
It i stated a number tf border tribe whom the
Ameer rimmoned to Ali Musjid have again dis
persed, ic. consequence of a tcarcity of orplie.
BTBLirr, Oct. 27 Tht feneral cf Cardinal Culleo
took place lo-Jty, and wat witnessed by CO.000
people, while 10,KX took part io tbe crremoniet
and procession. 1 be body wat eonveyed from real
dence of deceased to the Cathedral, wbtrt it will re
main until Tuesday. The Lord Mayor and Corporation,
five Ju Jgfs, Ir. Isaac Butt and about a doten other
member of Parliament, hundred cf prirt, and a
large number of school children, aasisted lo tht
Loxdojc, Oct. 27. The I'atifulla report I Eng
land ha taken the initiative In proposing a protest
against Russia' delay ia executing tht treaty cf
Berlin. France I perfectly in accord with England,
and probably Italy and fll 11 ween rhena
relations now art viry . 'cf will jv'u In tht
Lcxdox, Oct. 27. A ' Odispatch ttyt t It
it expected in Ilustia if -Jf. .glih oocupj the
south of Afghanistan tht Jan will oocupy tat
north. London, Oct. 25. It I belted that Ike call for
$2500 per share will exhaust tbe tueajta of Ibw
smaller shareholder in the City of (laitgow liana;
and throw the burden of tbt aHMeasmeni wpoa a
few wealthy one. The aaaeasioent Villa furtbes
increased, aa the bank itself held; uca amount fl
itt ow n share that about four and a half tnUlkoa-a-of
the present call would have lo be asaraaett