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TLe roumervial situation remain uncharircil. The
ii'nil animation rharact rie.1 strainer-day. liriitle ami
rvfn .hing buwm have fallen n the windward eblr .f
thi Min i, jrreatly Vt tho benefit f the a'ricu't'iral
rntcrrrl" In that reci-n.
Our tit t market rpi.tation. per r-t. ami r Zt alan '.ia.
of Islarvl staple, show little) change ia fiiOir-i.
Uire l lower quotable at 5c.
fciyrar Stnck are Increaair.jj with the cl-isiug year.
Wo etc .alee of 400 Ifi Inland No. 1, at f-c.
H--l4" Uawaliau, lCc.
The II. W. Almy, her.ee, arrived over Nov. I, iu 22
tlays. I'a.iin? oa the 2.",th fur nttira voyage.
S honcr Leo was loading In Willtamn, LlanrLari A.
Co.' Une, to sail with dispatch.
We note the following arrival lut the week : Dec. 2
P M S Zcalandia, en route to Sydney : Kalakaua. frciu
han F'raucinco. 3 Brit bark HazelLuxat. for Hong Koutf.
4 Am bark Edward James, from Tahiti. 5 Ant f.r
tY II Myer, from San Francisco. auJ Am fcLip tv PeuJIe
Uio, of Starxport, Me. 37 days from Japau. aetkiug.
The bktu W H UJetx, from San Francisco Nov 17. Is
prie ou Maui, arrived at Kahnlui lat Tueaday. The
bark Adelaide Cooper wa loading at San Franciaco, Nov.
2". with material for the iiitin rlotiriatiou.
Tii departure, the past week, were : Dec 3 P M H
Zealand!, for Sydney , with domestic produce, value
i.oiH 30, foreign do, value, f IV). Deo 6 R C Wylie, f.,r
Bremen, do mentis produce, value, $.'iO.O'7.31. foreign tl..,
value. !t.3f2.2.-. transhipped, value. J10.CX1.07.
II B M ahip i.al aailed for Ililo Tbnraday eveuin;'.
The follow ing rrport c f ahip from the Arctic U Kivtn
in the Han Francisco paper :
Dawn WaibMaofl. 6,00) fta bone, I.Oif) l,s f yory
Helen Mar 3oO ., IJ.'.jO ,. HfjO
Snrth'n LIht..M75 ,. 3..".) 3.5Ki
F.llr.a Murray ,. 5,.'iu ,. a.reiO
Tb'n. pope :mi ,, G.i ,, ,, ,,
Norman ,. 6.w l.WK) .,
Abr. iiarkrr....JW 'M bblaajriu, 3,jUJ V, Im.iiw
rk far, all the Arii-ri. an whalhhlj a have pone to San
Frajn i-o fr traiia-ahipment and auppllr a.
poiit or noiioLULU, h. i.
30 Srli r Paeokabi, Ikaia. from Mali Wo, Maui.
30 Xchr Warwick, J do Bull, from Kalaupapa. MtIokai
1 Mmr l.ikeiike. Keynolda, from Jlaoi and Hawaii.
1 rltor Kilauea lieu, larrhant, from Kahului.
1 Hcl.r Netlie Merrill. Ilalf.-ld. from Labairia. Maui.
1 Hchr M K Foaier, Kiblin, from Kola and Wklui. a .
r 1 rk-hr Prince, Kimeraon, from Kona acd Kan.
1 fchr W aille. Kalauao, from Mal.ko. Maui.
I chr Liliu, from KohaU.
'1 Am ah Bullion, Keed, 20 daya from ?an Fraoriwo
iHm bk Kalakaua, Jenka. 1 daya Ir.m Baa frao
3 Y M 8 Zalandia. Cheval.pr. from San i ranci.tco
3 Am tk bdward Jamea, O'Brien. It day fin Tahiti
4 HcUr Manookawal. Naiwi. from Kapaa.
6 Am bk Wealthy Fendleton, lilanchaxd, duyi fui
& Am topU arbr W II Meyer. William, 17 day
from Man Franciaco
ft Brit bk ilazelhurit, Goudej, SO day from Victoria,
bound for lI'Migkoni;
6 8c hr ftlarioo, Ka.ua, Irom Koloa A: Vaimra
ft Hchr Ka Moi. Bears, from Kaholui, Maui.
7 Schr Liliolibo, lieck, from Koua and Kau, Hawaii.
Nov 30 richr Ka Mot. Rear, for Kahului, Maui.
lie 2 !ehr Faeokahi. Ikaia, f.r Maiiko. ,
. 2 Hcirf Warwick, Joo Bull, for Kalaupaj a.
3 P M 8 Zealawlia, Ch:valier, for Sydney
3 Htmr Kilauea llou, M.irchaot, for Kahului.
3 Hlmr Waimanalo, Uudnit, for Blolokai
4 Srhr Mary K Foater, Kiblin. for Koloa k Waiinoa.
. 4 rhr Prince. 8imerson. for Kona and Kaa.
4 Schr Liliu. for Kohala, Hawaii
b Km ah Bullion. Heed, for Guano Island
i Am bk Wealthy I'eudktou, lilanchard, lor Royal
6 Haw bk R C Wylie. Rakemann, for Dremen
6 11 U M ri Opal. Com Robinson, for Ililo
ft Hchr Manuokawai, Naiwi, for Kapaa. Kauai,
ft Schr W allele, Kalauao, for Maiiko, Maui.
VESSELS Hi FORT.
Hawaiian brig Pomare, Chare.
Haw brig Kliae. Permien.
Am bktue DUcovery. Windiiij;.
A)u bktne Ula. Iirown.
Am bk f J Houthard. Handy.
Haw bk Kalakaua. Jcnk.
Am bark Kdwarl Jameit, O'Brii n.
Am topsail achr WH Meyer, Williams.
WtULCad ISO TRADKBS.
Am achr Loleta, Dexter.
Am schr C M Ward. Whitney.
Am achr Geo Harney, Tripp.
Haw achr Giovanni Apiani.
liaw brig Onward. Suiithers.
Vala fr Iloawlulu from Foreign Porta.
Am bk Alice ICttd. New York. due.
Brit bk Thalia. 4ilaKow, aailed A UK
Am brig Timandra. fan r'rauiiHCo, loading Oct 27.
tier bk AUter, at Liverpool, Oct li.
iter bk I.oul', from Glax ;ow, via Bremen.
Am bk Camden. Port Gamble, due.
Am bktne Fremont, Han Fraucim-o via Kahului, O
(arrived Kahului Dec 31.
Am bktna W U Dietz, ban Frauriu.-o, to nail Nov 11.
Am bktne Monitor, Hunuloldt. due.
Am Tern Compeer, Port Wamble, loading Nov 1st.
Haw achr Kaiuaile, Fanning'a Inland. Dec 15.
Am 'lir Jon Wool Icy, Ouidu Island. Jan 5. 17'..
Am topxail achr Leo. San Krani im-o. loading Nov 25.
Am bk H W Almy, Kau Francisco, loading Nov -'.
AiU laida Cooper, rian Franciiu-o.
Am brig T W Lucaa, Huiubol.lt.
Brit ulnir Anstralia. Sydney, cine Dec 2:1.
Am atmr City of Sydney, Man Francisco, due Dec 30.
Robert Fmiuett. Kau Francisco.
Brig Hazard. Portland. O.
Am ah City of Oaley, from Port Gamble, due.
Haw hark Mattie Macleay, Portland. t. Dec. 12.
Kxpcrt or R M 8 Zealandia. Cukvaxiea, Comt.wrrEB.
Nov 2-'.th, noon, cast oil frm V M S Co'a wharf, San
Franciaco. Pilot discharged at 3.1 J p m. Dec 2d, 1.41 p
la. atghted Molokai. Received pilot at i. .'." p m. Weather
fine throughout. Nov 20th. 4 p m, panned Company' ks
City of Sydney bound to San Francisco.
Rkfort or Haw Bk Kalakata, Jenkh, Mafteii. Lett
Eaii Franciaco Nov 12th, at 4 p m. First two days calm,
on third day bxk a BE gale, la-sting twenty-four huun, .
ini ahit ting suddenly to NW, and moderating to a liht
breeze whioh continued the entire parage. Took the
trade in lat 27 , long 132 3 . On the way down 1m.Hi xide
lights exploded, but doing no damage. Come to off Dia
mond Head at midnight of Dec lt. A full car-jo, also
four cabin and fifty-three steerage pas.sengern.
Krpoar or Am Bi T J Southakd, IU.vuy, Master.
Left New Castle Oct lat, with light LaU:rly and South
Easterly winds and calms flrt eight days. Passed Three
Kings on the 10th; was In long 102 K the 17th; niude
easting ia lat 3C , after which had constant Easterly and
NE light baffling winds and calms for twenty-live days,
made only 130U miles; passed to Eastward of Tahiti Nov
inh; no SE trades, but wind liht from E to NE; crossed
the Line in long H6' Nov 2iUh; NE trades very light tip
to lat 12 9 N, thence fresh trades and squally. In four
seven days before pa-ising Hawaii we were steering by
the wind braced sharp.
. Iiox San FBASCtaoo Per Kalakaua. Dec 2 .".9.000
bricks. 1,040 bags rice. 41.1M2 tt lumber. 7'J M shingles,
100 bxs apples, and 3,004 pkgs general mdse.
F KO V N cwcastlc Per J T SoutharJ, Dec 2 1.0,'pO tons
coal, 1 box coke, sample.
Fbom Sam Francisco Per Zealaudia. Dec 2 C'J7 K.xes
fruit. K40 aks flour. 401 ctdls nie. 3 case iM.ttles. 2.'bbls
beef. 66 bbU salmon. K) bags potato-9. 40 keg beer, 74
canes drugs. 2.24t pkgs general mdse, aud 10.0i3 lkgs iu
transit for Australia.
From Sah Fbaxcisco Per W II Meyer. Dec 5 42o bgs
Japan rice. 30 mules. 200 bbU lime. CIO sks bran. 317 bales
hay. 47,000 bricks, loo sacks iotatoes, tr pkgs drugs. N)
bbls salmon. 2.VJ0 posts. 20O ks oats. BK) tins matches,
and 210 pkgs mdse.
Fob Sipskt Fer Z alandia. Dec 3290 bales pulu. 2
rases books. 1 box shells. Value domestic, ,tU.30 ;
foreign. 1 130.
For BaKMEJi Per R C Wylie. Dec 5 l.Oij bbls mo
laiwes, 214 ca-ks tallow. 74 cas'.a whale oil. 1 tee bear's
grease. 14 casks walrus teeth. 3 walrus rkulls. 1 case and
1 Mil furs. 34 baif i coffee. 7.175 dry hides. 37 bales wool.
31 kega starch. 15 pkga curiosities. 6 kegs tuigar. 4.1s bul-
( , c w..d 1 --- -- ."rf IW7 Ml
lock horns. 15 pkgs sundries. Value domestic, u0.027
foreign. 4,3o2.33 ; trans-shipped, J10,01.0.
Fio Wijswiid PoRT Per Likelike, Dec 1 J Austin,
F Encert. A Cliff, W A Akau. P Butler, P N Makee. Win O
Bmith, C Ai and son, Aki, J R Mitthell and wif-, A B Rowe
' Rod wife, J Woods and soo, I l Baldwin aud ion, 0 Ciark
juid wile, Mrs Tounaa, D Kamaiopili and 49 deck.
FaOM Sa! Francisco Per Zealandia. Deo 2 A Mo
, Wayne and wife, J I Dowsett. Jr. Wr Townsend aud
! wife. Misa NelUe Austin. Col T Crawford McDowell. A
Campbell, P M Gildea.Mrs P N Makee.child and servant.
' M Ehrlich. Chas Brewer. Miss Eliza Brewer. Miss L Rop
I ers. T M Percltta. Mrs L McCanley. Mrs E F Taflany, J P
. W aterhouse and wife. B Clufl. B Alexander and wife, U E
MrlctvTe, W M Gibson. Mr Cummings.Mr Woolmington.
; J Parrier, O H Higgins. G C Lees, L W Hand. James Mc
I Dade, E McDade, F F Benedict. J E Carroll. J McGinn. P
! Hoff C E Smith, J Fisher, W McDonald. D McKenzie. P
U Vicer. H E Frink. A J J Phillips. Thoa Wall. A Lorris.
' w Cnnimings. J tt Clevior. T K Munder. O P Williams, J
A O Jones, Chaa Fisher. J W Manchester. 17(5 Chinamen.
' 23 native sailors, and 37 in transitu for Australia.
From Sax Fr.cioo Per Kalakana. Dec 2 C C Barton
and wife. Mrs M Warde. J IT o Untn. F Marse. W B
Wright. J Miller. T Burk. J Whidaner. J Lane. P Dittuer.
F Duff. B Denison. O Breade, J Swatty. E F Connell. S
Henry. J Watts. W Mclntyre, A B Maffett. C B Matfett. W
Grarren. F B Crane. F P Lord. A Sheprard. W WiUiams.
D Wailey. Chas Bradv. S McClusky. G Bak-r. G Cherry. S
Uim, J Liscouaky, I Harde. J M Maner. J Word J Ulea
son W Weny. J V Capeland, B Codline. G Osborn. C
McLacn, C Blurtin, J Trainer. J Barry. E Smith, G Mur
ray J Parker. E M Kelsey. L Brusley. J Mauton. J Glu
con", G V Lansin, G W Smith, P M Stephens. E M Clark.
From Tahiti Per Edward James. Dec 4 Thos Adams,
j feary, O Murray. Thos Nelson, and 2 Hawaiian seamen.
For Wiidwiid Ports Per Likelike, Dec His Ex Jno
O Domini, Hia Ex E Preston, His Honor L McCully, Hon W
M Gibson J Austin. Mia Austin, G W Townsecd and wife,
Miss C Santth. II M Stfllman, Mr L Asea.D D Baldwin, Mias
Baldwin, Miss CUra Herbert, Mr. A Herbert, A B
wife, P N Makee and wife, Aki, Yin Kee, A C 7rwk, K P ol
aom. D KamaicpiU. P J arret!, P Encert, J W Gay, Mrl Ken
way, W A Akau, t Herbert and about 65 deck .
Fmoif Sax Francisco Per W H Meyer. Dec 5 M Dick
man. M Lyons. B L Guenas, J M Gregor. J Higgins. 24 re
turned seamen and 4 Chinese. k
"wcaDENBEBO At Sydney. N. S. W, Oct.3rth,lH7H.Mrs.
jkjrs WcnuenbkRO. aged 64 years.
Adams At Boston, Mass.. November f.th, Ruth Rf.f.d,
beloved daughter of Edward P. ami Ellen F. Adams.
Aged 4 mouths, UTdsj.
SATURDAY. DECEMBER 7.
A THANS-PACITIC CABLE.
Kver incf tJ.c jcar 1S70, tLis jjarnal has
from tice t j time tliscufcd the eubj'?ct of a eub
inariric electric tclcgraf.b cable between San
Francisco nt,J Asia, connecting with Ilonclulu.
Although the j reject is one of vast magnitude ia
point of C'jit, our faith has never wavereJ in the
belief tbat the granJ cnterf rise would in time
The rati.jly growing coniiaerce and business
in'.ereeti of the world in this ocean and the coun
tries bordering on it, demand telegraphic com
munication with Kurope and America, by a leas
roundabout route, and one less liable to inter
ruption than the one which now exists via India.
San Francisco, tbc Queen Citj of the North
Pacific, imperatively needs quick and uninter
rupted communication with the commercial
centres of China and Japan and so does New
York and Boston and we may add, with the
rich, and rapidly growing magnificent Colonies
of Australia and New Zealand; sj that, after a
cable shall have been laid between the coasts of
America aod Asia, another must certainly follow
to the I'ritish Colonies. This ocean, from the
American Coast to that of Japan, was sounded
in 1874, by the U. S. S. Tuscarora, Capt. Erbcn.
sent out by the American Government eFpecially
for that purpose, with a view to the future lay
ing of an electric cable ; and no serious obstacles
were found. At the time, this journal gave a
full account of tttb voyage of the Tuscarora,
accompanied by an outline eketch of the forma
tion of the bottom of the ocean between these
Islands and Japan, and also between San Fran
cisco and the Island. The same ship also made a
line of soundings in 1874 between San Diego,
California, and New Zealand, via Honolulu, with
a like favorable result.
Hut, it may be aked, what inducements could
be held out which would warrant any company
that niiht lay a cable from San Francisco to
China or Japan to make Honolulu a way station?
There arc many inducements. True, our trade
and commerce with the rest of the world, though
already large in proportion to the area and popu
lation of the Islands, is yet insignificant when
compared with the great business interests on
either side of us ; yet it must be remembered
that wc have but just begun to expand in this
direction, and that only a few years mutt suffice
at our present rate of material progress to
double or even treble our productions and com
merce. But there is another very important
consideration which must have great weight
whenever the trans-FaciGc cable is laid. These
Islands are centrally situated in the vast Pacific,
and easy of access by ehips from any point of the
compass. Once connected with San Francisco by
electric cable, Honolulu would become the ren
dezvous of the mercantile marine of all nations
voyaging In this ocean, from whence they could
communicate by telegraph with their owners.
Naval vessels cruising in the Pacific would as a
matter of couse, in timea of peace or war, receive
orders from their governments at Honolulu by
electric telegraph. Much valuable time, as well
as large expenditures of money, would be saved
to botn the mercantile marine and the naval service-
of Europe and America by making Honolulu
a way station of the trans-Pacific cable.
The Hawaiian Legislature of 1874 passed an
act For the encourugement and aid of any com
pany now incorporated or that may be hereafter
incorporated, for the transmission of intelligence
by electricity." This act, while it was suffi
ciently liberal in the privileges granted for tele
graphic purposes, was studiously formed to pre
vent any monopoly, as expressed in the words
"any company now incorporated in any foreign
country, or that may hereafter be inccrporated
in this Kingdom or any foreign country." Al
though there may bo no probability of a second
company undertaking to lay a cable to these
Islands after a first has been laid, yet it is not to
be expected that any company of capitalists will
begin the work with the purpose of including
these Islands unless they are guaranteed by this
government the exclusive right to land and work
electric cables for a specified term of years.
Early in 1S75, Mr. J. T. Watcrhouso made
il.e voyage from New York to Liverpool in com
pany with Mr. Cyrus W. Field, the world-renowned
pioneer in ocean telegraphy, and that
gentleman expressed himself as very desirous of
making an arrangement with the Hawaiian
government for landing the propo6;d trans
pacific cable at Honolulu. Mr. Field wan then
on his way to London on business connected with
the proposed cable.
At his instance Mr. AYaterhouse wrote to the
then Hawaiian Minisrcr of Foreign Affaire, (Mr.
Y. L. Green) and the following correspondence
was the result :
(.tr. Crrm, Minister fur F.r-ijn AjTairt, tn Mr. Fi-lil.1
IIoSolulu. March , 1S7..
Sir : On the 1ft ult. 1 had the ideasim; to address Mr.
J. T. Waterhoiise. acting in your behalf, assuring you of
the desire of the Hawaiian Government to meet your
views with reference to your request for au exclusive,
right to land and work submarine cables for -J3 years or
longer, and ftatin that I proposed to await the return of
His Majoty before savin;; any thing more deliuite on the
His Majesty has now returned and is anxious to forward
the enterprise, and he requested me to state that although
he heard of other parties iu Sau Francisco who proposed
to lav a cable by way of the Sandwich Islands, he has
luore'contideiice "in an undertaking lu which you may be
ccucerned than iu any other.
i may state then 111 a few words thut you may depend
upon receiving from this Government such a privilege
as you ask for, th y receiving iu return only such terms
and guarantees as" you are probably quite prepared to
oiler, and we shall anxiously await more definite pro
posals from your side. Attain assuring you that His Maj
etv, the Government and the Hawauuu people fully ap
preciate the value of telegraphic communication with the
rest of the world, and your position as the great Pioneer
iu submarine cable enterprises. 1 have the honor to Ik-.
Sir, your most obedient servant. W. L. Gkeen.
Mr. Fi-ll to the Minister fur t.rtijn Affairs.)
Nkw York, ad April, 1S73.
Sin: I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of
vour letter of the yth ultimo, in which you kindly inform
ine that His Majesty the King of Hawaii, alter having
conferred with you. expressed his intention to grant me
the exclusive right to laud aud work submarine cables
fur 2." years, on receiving dctiuite proposals from me.
I communicated on this subject with Chief Justice
Allen in Washington in the mouth of January last, and
l.ow lg to rvport the aub.-taxce of my proposition to
him, viz: "
The grant of an exclusive right to laud and work cables
on the shores of the Hawaiian Kingdom for the term of
Right to import, free of duty, any materials for the con
struction, repair and use of the line.
Triority in transmission to be given to message of the
The liiie across the Pacific via the Hawaiian Islands to be
completed within ton years from the date of the exclu
Will you be to good as to convey to His Majesty the deep
sense I entertain of his kind expression of confidence iu
my ability to carry the undertaking to a successful ter
mination. I cannot take any active steps to raise the capital re
quired until the necessary legislation is obtained; the
commencement of the work will therefore be dependent
npon the time that will elapse before I receive the privi
leges asked lor.
I may mention that although I have named ten years
as the period to be allowed for the completion of the line,
1 hoie to have it iu operation at a much ealier date, pro
vided no unforeseen obstacles intervene, such as a Euro
pean war or financial disturbances in the chief monetary
centres. With great respect, I remain. Sir. your obedient
servant, Cyrus W. Field.
On the 2Sth of May an answer to Mr. Field's
letter was dispatched from the Foreign Office,
which must have been like a bucket of cold water
to that gentleman, so far as concerned his benev
olent intentions towards these Islands, and
coming as it did on the heels of the very cordial
letter of March 9. In the letter of May 23, Mr.
Field was informed that a Mr. Audley Coote, of
New South Wales, had applied to the Hawaiian
Government for a concession for landing a cable
here from the Colouies toward San Francisco, fend
the inference was made plain that the Hawaiian
Government, under these circumstances, could
not grant Mr. Field any exclusive right in the
matter of landing and working a cable. A copy
of thia letter was sent to Mr. Waterhouse, then
in London, and elicited from him a character
istic reply, from which we make the following
I would respectfully inform you that iu regard to
telegraph al le matters Mr. An Hcy "m-t- 1 a it.r tr-ph-r.
f I'n it nl'icon Ihf ri.'l.l ha:i I i ! ' f a r.i::utr
f f.gur; but in t.'ils n:alt-r he i ni.f-rtnnatelT for hia;--lf
on tl.e left hand cide. I have iarr;e,l here
that in Kl, the parliament t New ?i.T.th Wale arsd
-w .-! ar t vi.t-d the tim ff fi ve J- r t.t. js r al lium
n Ci.i'.'. to r paid to t'i- t-- or !.'. ',:.; j a::v (. r i;t
tlrd 'ftTi a ca. ltw--:! Vi wZa'an l act NrW S- iith
Wales and thm-igb. Trrr- Strait to Sir:csire ; blithe
has Mgnally failed nrry cut asy p.rti .i: c.f the bar-t-xm."
But cjtwi:hetand:ng this abort sighted f-oiicy
on the part of the then Hawaiian Ministry, Mr.
Field Las never al urdoaej the project of laying
the cable to these Iildtils. When His Majesty
tho King was in tie United States, Mr. Field
had a conversation with him oa the subject, in
which the King assured Mr. Field that he would
do everything in his power to forward the enter
prise, and that his government would be liberal
in grantisg all necessary franchises. The Hon.
V7. M. Gibajn, who has just returned heme from
a visit to the United State., informs us that
while in New York he had a long and interesting
conversation with Mr. Field on cable matters.
He said that it was his main ambition to see tie
electric cable encirtlmg the globe, and he confi
dently hoped to see it accomplished befure he
died. To make U.e Hawaiian Islands a gran
central point for telegraphic communication in
the Pacific, was a very important consideration
in his mind. There would be no difficulty iu
procuring the necesay capital if the required
concession was granted by the Hawaiian Govern
ment, and if it could be demonstrated that the
enterprise would become a paying one within a
reasonable time. At Boston, also, Mr. Gibson
met and conversed w ith some of the leading mer
chants, who said that they had telegraphic com"
munication with every commercial port in the
world except Honolulu. Mr. Charles Brewer, a
pioneer merchant to thi.se Islands, and the
the founder of the large importing house of C.
Brewer & Co. of this city, said he considered a
cable to these Islands and extending to Asia one
of the commercial necessities of the age.
Had tho Hawaiian Legislature and govenment
been properly awake to the best interests of the
country, instead of flittering away the session of
1878 in long speeches on puerilitiee, we should
to-day have been much nearer than wc are to the
commencement of woik on the much to be desired
telegraphic communication with the civilized
Mo ee Opium Smuggling. Last Wednesday the
public were not a little surprised to learn that T. C.
MacDowell, the editor of the Gazellee, had been
arrested on a charge of smuggling opium. The
facts are these : Mr. MacDowell recently made a
visit to San Francisco and returned by the steamer
on Monday last, bringing a small invoice of printing
material. Among the packages were two purport
ing to contain mustard seed oil and one of glass
vials. All the goods were marked " T. C. Mac
Dowell," with also stencil mark showing that they
came from Painter & Co., type-founders. The in
voice as a whole was entered at the custom-house
here by Mr. MacDowell, and duties and charges
paid, and the goods were taken from the dock and
conveyed to the Gazette office. Tho lynx-eyed
customs guard however had suspicions, consequent
ly the cases of oil and vials were removed from the
printing office to the custom-house for examination,
andthe result was the discovery of no less than
one hundred and forty-nine tins of opium ! The
arrangement of the oil tins WQ3 quite ingenious, a
small compartment containing honest oil, while the
hulk of space was occupied with the contraband
drug. Mr. MacDowell was released on Wednesday
evening on a bail of $1000. A preliminary exami
nation was held in the Police Court on Thursday
morning, at which Mr. MacDowell made his state
ment to the effect that he was entirely ignorant of
the contents of the cases in question, and that he
hud acted in the matter entirely and solely to
accommodate a friend Mr. Henry Bradley to
whom the goods belonged. Mr. Bradley was also
in Court, and by his counsel took upon himeelf the
entire responsibility in the matter. The investiga
tion was adjourned till Monday next. Until the
case is finally decided, wc of course arc restricted
in commenting upon it. But it is, to say the
least, a most extraordinary affair throughout, aud a
good deal of a muddle. It is well known that the
shippers of goods at San Francisco are required to
make oath at the Custom-house, and also before the
Hawaiian Consul, as to the contents of packages
shipped by them, so that Faiuter & Co., to put it
mildly, have been swearing to a lie, besides putting
their very respectable business mark upon cases of
a vile and contraband drujr.
The late Hczry Ehodes. Esq.
Fiom ti e We'y Cx.-L-t. of Victoria. D. C, cf
Nor. 3;b, ue.k.lra tLut this Keatlemaa. (a brother
of the Hon. Go.5fr-y Kbod.'S of tbi ci:t) died at
that place early in November. Mr. Rhode arrivrd
at tho?e Irlaatls in the vcir 1 S to, ia corcpany with
Tho?. Drown ll-i-, Kcgii'.rar cf Conveyances,
from Knglani. t'hortly a.';er bis arrival and f .t
a number cf years, he was employed ia the res
possible situation cf Clork to the Superior and
(after its organization) the Supreme Court cf this
country. lie was subsequently ia buiaes as a
merct-int with the late Dr. Hobinson. leaviA' the
Islands for Victoria ia Te ccpy frcm the
"Sn. Ilecry Khcdea. II-ai:an Cciul, Freest cl the
Chamber of Commerce, aol heaj cf tie weU-knowo mercan
tile hemae cf lieory Rhode r Co.. died at hi reaideace,
Mifiturit, yesterday jf-ercoon, after a p-aichU iiice tf
;it month daratioa. Tae drceaied ftctieaaa cause ta
Victoria in lsii, and emkarke4ex:esaveiy la mercanul pur
su;:. ia which he soon atta.cei a cocmacd.Cf position. Ia
l-6b, Mr. Rhode (ho always lock a lively interest ia fu-W.e
afTi;r) wa called to the Le?itative Ccuacil of the Ccioty
cf Vancouver lfland, and occupied a eat therein naul uaian
:;h lirillih Columbia. Previous to comicg to Victoria, 51 r.
Rhodes was pronuaect:y iJcl:fld with the coamerce cf the
Sandwich Islands, where te arrived ia IMj, wt,ea qa:K a
youor can. With every quality that contributes to make a
vaiuaMe c.tii'n Mr. Rhile was rchiy endowed, and h.
h-jriUhty was proverfcial. Mr. Rhodes' dyirj momems were
corcfurted Ly the presence of his sorrow in c wife ad children,
who will reetiTe ths heartfelt s tnpai-fcy of the public."
Ins f.uieral, which took place on the 11th. from
John's Church, (of wtich the deseased was a
member) was very- numerously attended, the
Chief Justice of the Coloney and the Mayor ot
Victoria being among the pall-bearers.
Gooi Prices UnderJ an order of the Supreme
Court. Marshal Parkfe, administrator, sold at public
auction on Monday1 last, sundry parcels ot land
on tLi inland belonging to the estate of the late
Hon. C. Kanaina. The prices realized were high,
and a suBici.nt sum was secured to render the
sale of lands on the other Inlands unnecessary.
Tho following is a list of the lnds sold and prices
Kalo land in Ewa, tS-'00 acre, i-43; house lot in do.,
11-luO acre, fl-J; kula and kalo laud in do.SV acres. $100;
kula land in do.. 1 oo-luu acre-, $100; Hi of MuLiwai in
do., 3 V, acres, $140; kalvj land in do., a 57-100 acres. $150;
kalo and kula land iu do.. J-lou acre, $100; kalo laud iu
do., 4-l'V acre, $00; stream in do., honndintf naid land to
the iea, $170; Hi of Paakea in do., with 2't acres fUh
pond. J.',t.o; .'t acres kula laud in Kalihl Valley, $ltXJ; Hi
uf Lcahi in Kalihi, ii5 j-10o acres. I.uuj; Luaia in Kali
hi, 'J acres. t0; kula land in Paiuoo, 1 3-10 acre. $71;
houe lot in do., a-lo acre. $1 j; kula land in do., 4-10 acre,
&i0; kalo land iu do.. 1 2-10 acres. $1'JU; kalo land in do..
1 2-10 acreH, Hu; kalo laud iu do., 7-luO acre, $10; 'i
uatclu s kula land in do., H-10 acre, $75; V patches kula
audi in do., '2 3-10 acres, $3oj; several patchea in Kolowalu
and 1 in Paiuoo, 2 'J-10 acres, (U5; 'i kalo patches in Fa
moo, 4-10 acre. $40; kalo laud in Patuoo, 6 4 1-10O acres,
kula land in do.. 6 51-100 acres. $o37; sundry pate hen
of kalo and kula laud in Kukuiao and Ealehua, about 'J
acren, J1.4 W for the whole; lands of Waihinnl and Hau
kuhi in Mauoa, 11 2 a-res. $t)65; land of Halehala. Hono
lulu, entrances from Emma and Vunchhowl street.4. 3
14-luO acren, f J.OOO; lot fronting on Emma utreet, fJ-100
acre, $7'20. The entire Rales) aggregated $17,3t3.
riMli: UNDERSIGNED WOULD NOTIFT
M. his customers and the public that he has removed his
shop from Hotel Street to King tfcreet, opposite the Metropoli
tan Market, where he will be happy lo receive their order .
d7 lm T. MORRIS.
HORSE. Bl'GGl Si. II AR-
J. T. CHATTER.
TO LEASE FOR A NUMBER OF YEARS
PHE PREMISES NO. 23, ALA KEA
For particulars enquire of
dlS JAS. S. LEMON.
" ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE.
rSMIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
ft appointed Administrator, of the estate of W to. Weight
deceased, requests that all persons indebted to the said estate
will pay the same, and all claims aeainst the said estate be
presented to the nndersigjed within six months from the
date hereof or they will be forever barred.
W. II. SCHMIDT
Administrator of Estate of Wni. Weight deceased ol Kahaluu,
Honolulu Dec. Tth 17S. .17t3
Supreme Court In Probate 1878.
Hrfi-re. Cftief Justice Harris, ut Cliaiitlrrs.
Oct. 23. In tho guardianship of Paulo ;k., a minor.
Petition of Mele (w.) , mother of said minor, praying to
be appointed guardian of the property of said minor. The
Court was of opinion that the petitioner was not eojupe
teut to perform the duties, and appointed J. It. Williams
guardian, upon his filing a bond in the xum of $100.
Jl'fore Mr. Justice Juihl, at Chamber.
Estate of Haupu (w.), deceased. Petition of Kuakahele
(w.) for letters of administration ttjson the above estate.
The Court, after hearing the evidence adduced, granted
letters of administration to Keohohina, the husband of
tho petitioner, upon hi riling a bond in the buiu of $.0.
Notice to creditors to be advertised in the Kuohtxi news
paper, and an inventory to be filed within 30 days.
Estate of Opunui, deceased. Petition of Xohona ;V.
praying that his accounts as administrator may be al
lowed, and for his discharge. The Court examined ami
approved the accounts, which were allowed, the adminis
trator discharged, and his bond cancelled.
liefure Chief Justice. Harris,at Chataliers.
Nov. 20. Estate of William Weight, deceased. Petition
of II. W. Schmidt to be appointed administrator of this
estate. The Court, after hearing the testimony, ordered
letters of administration to be issued to said H. W.
Schmidt, upon his tiling a bond in the sum of $i,"i00.
Inventory to be filed in 30 days, and notice to creditors to
be advertised for four consecutno week- in the Pacific
CoiiMtitc hl AnvEBTisKit and A'h-JLw in -Mspapees.
Estate of Kamakakoa (w.), deceased. Petition of
Keauu ,k.) that his accouuts as administrator may be al
lowed, and for his discharge aud a distribution" of lues-late
among the heirs. The Court examiued and ap
proved the accouuts, heard testimony regarding the heir
Hhip. and rendered judgment that Keauu ik.5. the peti
tioner, was the sole heir of Kamakakoa, aud entitled to
the whole estate.
Estnte of W. L. Moehonua ;k. deceased. Petition of
Kapeka Moehonua. widow of decedent, that Charles T.
tiulick be appointed administrator of this (-state. The
Court, alter hearing evidence, of the death of decedent,
ordered letters of administration to be issued to Major
C. T. Gulick. upon his filing a bond tn the sum of Jil.ooo.
Inventory to be filed in CO days, and notice to creditors to
be advertised in the Pacific Commercial ApvFnTisr.R
and Kuokca newspapers for four consecutive weeks.
SUGAR BOILER !
The Best of References Given !
d7 ADDRESS P.O. BOX 121.
FOR THE HOLIDAYS
JustRec'd and Now Being Opened
AT THE PALACE OP SWEETS,"
A I.arje and Choice Assortment of
Direct from tlie well-known Steam Manufactory of W. S.
Townsend. un KrancUco, under the Palace Hotel Building.
Special pains and care have bfen paid to this branch of our bus
iness, and we guarantee these Candies to be the finest ever
imported into this market.
XT Parents will do well tc mak e an early selection, and
thereby obtain eatitfiction.
17 lin No. 60 Hotel gtreet.
Notice of Co-partnership !
jllK. K. C. ROWS HAVING RETURNED
1' to this City from Ca ifornia, would inform his old friends
and hirmer patrons, that be has formed a Co-partnership with
Mr. A. KKRK, for the purpose of carrying on the
Painting Business !
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
X'npoi" ZlallglllS (plain and decorative)
Satisfaction Guaranteed & Prices Moderate
KERR tc ROWE. 72 Fort Pt.
WHITNEY & BOBERTSU
JUST RECEIVED !
17 1m ED. HOFFSCI1LA EGER t Co.
ARE NOW OPENING OUT, !
The Finest Assortment of CHRISTMAS SALE!
BOOTS and SHOES
iEW YEAR'S GOODS
Ever Presented in IIouolulu.
Amonj the 2Cu.mervus Articlm muy be Seen :
J. H. LYNCH'S FACTORY I
On an-" after this date, and until further notice,
A CHOICE SELECTION OF 'jnIC WsUqIc Of HI' StOClt
Children's Tor and Other Books ! will be
SPLKXIiIttLY GOT 11". Sold at Greatly Reduced Prices,
A Lar-;e Lat of Splendid Calfkia BOOTS & SHOES !
A Little Soiled will he SOLD AT A SACRIFICE.
XT CALL EARLY FOR GOOD liARGAINS.
Poetical Wi-rkf, I urscs, Games and Puzzle of all kirn's.
la ASSORTMENT of BEAITIFIL S( HAP PlCTlBES
Tinted. Black, Silver and White Perforated Mottoes. !
Tinted, Black and White Card Board, Chromo Mottoes",
Chris tin oj and Sew Year Cards, Floral Curds,
tloxea of Paper and invelopes, new style, nicely cot up;
Photograph, Autograph, Stamp and crap Albums,
Bibles, and a well selected assortment of
ALL OF j
THE ABOVE ARE BONA FIDE NEW GOODS !
And will be offered at Cheaper Rates than such g.vxN ever .
were before. Call and see for yourselves. !
In addition t the above, we have received a very line as- ;
aorunent of StMiiouery and Blank ISvcK. (d72t
BURNETTS FLAVORING EXTRACTS,
I'LL A SSORTM
i holesal-:- aDd retail by
1 FI LL ASSORTMENT. FOR SALE AT
)HErOX AND MERRILL'S
For Sale by
liOLLES t CO.
'PHE REAL ARTICLE OF EAST INDIA
A Chutney in quart Bottle, assorted.
t'23 For Sale by BOLI.ES 4 Co.
CIRC I IT C OI'KT OF THE II AW la
l .-xi. TLirt J ad e Crcu.t, !! i. N,t. ir It
Irraa. A. I. Ut.
Ka k. l.i;!,-.!. t !,. k w. Li 1 t . L. Jr! f, r Rr.-r.-.
Id tte atf cti!l Lt'l f I'.vicc. it j r.t ef.'crr t
that a decree of J vrce r o tte of ir.ir:By t rt.:.rr 1
ta fare of the stij Kav-a. f. r lb cauw cf the m.:.l ji drr'i n
of tt.ai:l lx-.ka. t i o-..: U .lue a!rr t ! r t n rs;i wi
x toT-cths frc tfc. i ? th: i crre, k;" c 't, . .oc im
the terms therecf, iiis SaXcrct rsx shal: at r tire
Acd it e IibelUr. t cr.l'rr l t.- puMI-ih aa aU-trl r i r
tkla oriet ia t!-,e Facinc IVsnu. ;t a : rrinsia an t Ka -kom
oewftapers fwc s.x tuccr.t weeai. th. 6r -ub ira-wa
k be wuh a oce m.th from lie da:e cf it.n t-njeri tt.t all
prs.iM ictere.ted r.tr, wr.h'.n i r-o:hs. thw cau why
sa.'i decrre liUJ Let N tt 'e at la:'.
ry i!: C-Hirt. T SPF N C 1 !-. O k .
TH!ed thU lib day cf N -.Trahr. A. V. 1-7.
11. -o. rV;:. as. I hereby cert fj tl at the f. r'f lr( it a
true act fiittfal copy tf the or g r.al d-crc l it x roe n -n
6 in the cc of the Circo.t Court cf the liaa.uai It .t-.1i
As l:vti iry tan! ILis -.'";h dav cf N etchr. , li Js;?
l. II. lilrCHCvCK.
d7 tX Clerk of the C.rro t C-u.-l.
CtlRCl'IT COI'RT OF THE HAW All A N
J Is'.aads. Third JuJ.c.1 Circa. t, liaa.:. N-ext-rr
Term. A. P. laTj.
J. s. Chees&rc, L.tr:.t. r Kaetuj-lebs, L.U I. tel
Ia tie above eciitied L.V:1 f.r P.Totre. It . tvv ttietti
that a decree cf d.voece trora the bund of iotriaifr.jr b eo:er.4
ia favor cf the s:i J 9. Cheesbro f r tae cause (4 the wu fjl
devertioa of the said Kaehopaleha. to be made ataolute af.er
tbe espiraticn of s.x month trota tbe date of this decree, mxn
comphacce wi:h the terms thereof, ualess ucecl cau. sha.l
appear to the contrary.
And the hbeliaot is crdred to pubiith an attested c. v cf
this order in the Pacirtc Conxncut Al aari.ta and Ra
ck oa newspaper for fix successive weeks; ttie first i ub.Kalion
lo be wiihia ooe month frcm the date tf th.s order; thai .!
persors iotemtel may, within li mocthi, ibow cu sl.jr
akid decree should not be made absolute.
Bv the Court: if. SPENCtK. Clerk.
Iated this 12ih day if November. A. I. 17S.
Ililo. Hawaii, as. I hereby certify that the fjr(iiog ia a
true an.! faithful copy cf the ori:nal drcree of div. rce now on
Cie ia the office of the Circuit Court cf the Hawaiian Islands.
As witness my hand th.s '2Cih dav cf November, A.U. 1ST.
L. U. HITCHCOCK,
d7 6t Clerk of the Circu.t Courl.
SUPREME COI'RT OFTIIE HAWAIIAN
Islands. Oahu. ss. Octotr Term, A . I. 1ST.
Kekuku w. LibcUazt.vs. II. Ksui k. Libcllre. Libel for
In the above entitled Lih- I for Iivorce. it is row orjered
that a decree of divorce frum the bond of matrimony be entered
in favor of the said Kekuku w, fur the cause of the adultery of
the said II. Kaui k. lo be made absolute after the expiration of
six months from the date of this decree, upon compliance with
the terms thereof, unless sufficient cause shall appear to the
And the libellant is ordered to publish aa attested copy ol
this order in the Pacific Commercial AnvtRTinta anJKo
okoa newspaper for six successive weeks; the first publication
to be within one month from the date of this order; that all
persons interested may, within six months, show cause why
.aid decree should not be made absolute.
liy the Court: A. R03, Deputy Clerk.
Dated this 24:h day of October, A. I. 17.
Honolulu, Ouhu, a. I hereby certify that the foregoing Is a
true and faithful copy of the criminal di-crr of divorce now on
file in the ofiice of the Supreme Court of the Hawaiian Islan.J.
As witness my hand this 12:h day of November, A. I). 1S7S.
d7 6i Deputy Clerk of the uprtine Court.
SUPREME COURT OF THE HAWAIIAN
Islands, Oahu. ss. July Term, A. V. 1:H.
Luiki k, Libellant, vs. Sera Kamakea w, Libellee. Libel fur
In the above entitled Libel fr Divorce, it is now ordered
that a decree of divorce from the bond of matrinioay be entered
In favor of the said Luiki k. for the cause of the ajultery and
desertion of the said era Kamakea w, to be made absolute
after tha expiration of six months from the date of this decree,
upon compliance with the terms thereof, unless sufficient cause
shall apear to the contrary.
And the libellant it ordered to publish an attested copy of
this order in the Pacific Commercial advehtirb and huo
koa newspapers for six successive weeks; the first publication
to be within one month from the Jate of this order; and that
all persons interested muy, within six months, show cause why
said decree should not be made absolute.
11 y the Court: A. KOriA, Deputy Clerk.
Dated this 5th day f July, A. D. 1S73.
Honolulu, Oahu, ss. I hereby certify that the foregoing It a
true and faithful copy of the original decree of Divorce now on
file in the office of the Supreme Court of tbe Hawaiian Islands.
As witness my hand thia 5th day of October, A. V. 1S7S.
d" 6l Depnty Clerk cf the Supreme Court.
Supreme Court of the Hawaiian Islands.
WILLIAM n. REED, Plain tiff,
S. KIPI AND ELIA8 BOND, Defendants.
BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF EXECUTION,
issued out of tbe Supreme Court of Law and Equity of
the Hawaiian Islunds, on the lata day of November, A. D
1S78, in favor of the above named plaint iT, for the sum of
14,371.23, 1 shall.
ON MONDAY, the 16th day of December,
A. D. 187S, at 12 o'clock, noon, in front of Aliiolanl Hale, ex
pose for sale, all tbe right, title, interest and estate which the
said defendant have of, in, and to the mortgaged premises In
the cause set forth, and described in the mortgages of com
plainant in this cause, filed and described as follows, viz:
1st All that land situated in the District of IWmakua. Il
and or Hawaii, and known as the A II L PL' A A OK KLKAIAC.
being the same premises described in the deed of conveyance
of O. W. Macy to 8. tf ipi, dated the ICth day of February, A.
D. 1S67, anil duly reccrded in the Kcgistry OtUce, Honolulu.
Oahu, in Liber pages 152 and 153.
2d All those binds situated on the land known as WAIN A
KU. District of Ililo, Hawaii, heiug the same premises tie
scribed in the deed of conveyance by J. 11. Coney and L. A.
Coney to S. Kipi, dated the 4th day ol J une, A. 1. 17 i, knJ
recorded in Liber 1SS. pages 3 and 4.
3d All of that certuiu tract of land known aa M0KUHO
NUA, District of ililo. and described in Koyal Patent No.
1099, and containing 3774 acres.
4th All that certain tract of land situated on the land
known as HALE PL'N A, District nf Ililo, descriiied in P.oyal
Patent No. 29S0, and containing l. acres.
Unless aaid judgment, interest arid costs le previously i-atis-fied.
W. C. PAllKE, Marshal.
Honolulu, November 21st. 1879. nil 4t
V VIRTUE OP A W KIT OF EXECU-
m29 TION issued out of the Supreme Court of the Hawaiian
Islands, on the 24th day of Oct. A. D. 1374, in favor of Antone
for $104,05 against Ah Kong. I have levied on and shall ex
pose for sale at the Auction Room of C. J. Oartnw, Auctioner.
on Saturday the 7th day of December, at 12 o'clock noon, all
the right, title and interest of the said Ah Kong in and to One
Express Wagon, nearly new aDd in good order, unlets aaid
judgment, interest and costs be previously satisfied.
W. C. PAKKK, Marshal.
Honolulu Nov. Slh, 1S73. ti9 St
rem: ojv .a. l i
BOLLES & CO.,
CALIFORNIA 0WE1RIGE BAZAAR !
tnii: ni Mon. s r mi uu tm ;i.i.i:. w k ii a i: m t c ciniii in
; tTIIKUINU I'ltllM
Paris, London, New York, Philadelphia, Auctions & Sheriff Sales,
r.atkkra; '. M ' ftli-.il, PuV'c A ) i- i! i s'.. f a .J A Ji r si'. IL h".en. Am etn.i ui f l.lnl l J b s 1.
FAPJGY AD CENTS FURfJISHIFJC GOODS
tk.l II. I'.irr llrrn l.aJ4U Ike Kli: J.m f II t V 1 II 1
.;r,. i...ur,.,.. fiND as FOR PRICES : -V"' n;.'i,htj.t,ii.
The La'r.i P:j ls i f vJ r I..u-ti ' .'.rt. " .! v .ir-Mi;
vs h.i t..nt. I.tra .!! L.t.rn f ." o. i' l wfs. 1 1
t rr&'h Casrtr.t. rk,rt. li:t urrr, i j rr '.
I arcy l' d Orr i!..rn, ci.'r jl i.
f'aucy Ch v ot hh.rl., 7i c bit.
(vrrsl Iralbrr f.tii.tt, 7 r.i U,
l. a "arts, a fall Ui, on ) I ni n,
.rt,l Mirai t ilr.r, evils 4. H rents.
In . rt k Nn kliM sni IWsts. tM.iv '.i rmwi
b'ti Uma litis ai.4 Ii'-sa I rwMs .
OUR GENTS FURNISHING GOODS STOCK CANT BE BEAT
I-IOSllvnY ! l-TOSLEHV ! ! HO.SIKHY ! ! !
A Fall L.r.e if It fry l'cr . ii. ti. .n ftri. I :.n a! d f . k. ! br f rf : t'ha.et, M.r'.ua aud rllw lluMvtt, Iu
t.tli-i.iiiymn tiJU,.l irr;i-A l LdWl.SI I'Ult'Kt
LMBROIl'KRir tn m 5 tinli tip.
M i islrr.d-s! t.- i.pea a BBrfi Kul a f'.ne ijn- i f Ir.i ?i llml.r-i let ira an ! VsVnrirnr. tares tt 4 hav. ww MttM-(4
tt.errbj, the .n.pat-.y ib-frl,.;r lirc.d.i to wsil M tb tt-o.r SCunln AA Cl 1 .
You will be Surpriscd-An Zlfpsr.t Assortment cf French Edging ir.d INSPRTIONS.
THF. LATENT NOVr.l.TIF.H OF FRENCH M KHMX I.ACEN
Pr.t White P-.ie.. cn'y licms. ..ui d-.Vr. .1 Tulkwh T.'.e... "TJ cci Is, ..Mb dub, lUrl.n 7' lift .Tll.J.alUvl..,
We alto cftVr ir l-t h.ti.-rn Cijte;'. 1 ht e and bur lijlt.n K.i tl rs. parasols. Lac 1 i.a,
KutBirgs ard H.ik Tw at tar.in., rm JU In r !lsl, .N w .v.rs Jt.ki,
Cbildreu's White .u.l uj I a.l.c.' I oJ.r.iar, j,t Xj X V O ss. t X'M J51A I'OSU !
High Priced Stores will be Displeased, but the TEOrLE. PEOPLE, will be Rejoiced !
HOLIDAY GOODS, HOLIDAY COODS !
Pla::i ar.J Far.cy Card!-ir.: st..l V i:.--. !: ilrrmaii ".! c nr, IU r Oil. lu great vaiMy.
These Goods Open for Sale at Unprecedently Low Prices I
TUBS DAY, .SATIIItlKl Y, I)KC. 7lli,
AT THE CALIFORNIA ONE PRICE BAZAAR!
rOL'LD INFORM TIIEIIt FRIENDS
and the public generally, that they have
Removed to their Hew Fire-proof Store,
Which liaa just been completed, situated at the Old Stand,
34 Queen Street, where they have been making larpe additions
to their stock ot bip Chandlery, Ship and Plantation Stores,
which make thnr assortment large and varied.
Will be happy to have a call from their patrons, and they
will assure them that no pains will be spared to attend to their
wants in a satisfactory manner.
We have now in Stock: Cordate, hemp and Manila, an as
sortment of sizes; Cotton Duck, Flax Canvas, Hemp Canvas.
Cotton Sail Twine, 6, C, 7 and 8 ply; Flax ail Twine, 3 and &
ply; Blocks. Oars, Shievea. Honks and Thimbles, oVc, &c, all
of which will be sold at lied Hock Prices.
onololu, Nov. 23d, 1378. n21
mo II SALE BIT
II0LLE3 L CO.
For fcale by
1VILMIXCTO.V TAR. WILMINGTON
T T PITCH.
B0LLE3 k CO.
PAINTS AND PAINT OIL.
HinUl CK'S PURE LEU), lll'KDl'CK'S
White Zinc, Hubbuck's Pale lloiled Oil, Boston c. irits
Tunientine. For Sale by
n23 B0LLF.3 4: CO.
MIXED RUBBER PAINTS,
IN I.A KG I
For tale by
gF ALL SHADES. IN LARGE AND cMAI.L
BOLLKS k CO.
ANCHORS AND CHAINS,
4 SSORTEI) SIZES. SMALL CHAINS.
J.m. from I inch to j inch, in quantities to suit. For fcule bv
UuLLEi At CO.
IMS. 13 A
For gale by
TJKEF. PORK, HAMS. BACON. CHEESE,
jut l.aul. ej-c., c.
B0LLE3 ir CO.
ASSORTMENT. NEW AND
For Sale by
LARGE ASSORTMENT. INCLUDING:
m. Koast Beef, boileii Beef, Koat Mutton, Boiled Mutton.
Coinpreiaed Corned Beef. I'ijrs Fret, Lambs Torjues, Bef
Tongues, Trip--, Fish Chowder. Pt rn a:.d Beans, Codfish
Balis, Ac, &.C. For Sale by
CUTTINGS Si. CO.'s FRUITS AND JELLIES,
Sau Jcse Fruits and Jellies, a lull ai'jrtroer.t.
d23 For Sale by BULLE3 & CO.
OIL ! OIL ! '
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from foots. For Sale by
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I N CASES. FOR S A LE OV.
SI'PKEM F: ('III' It I' OFTIIE HAWAIIAN
Islands. Oahu. $-. icu.l-r term, A. I. lT K4i tiu
okona w, ldel.aiit, vs. K.u.hurnbi k, tti liir. 1..I 1 i
In the above entlib-d UU-1 tt ilirorre. it is tuw onlrrtd II. al
a d'cre ot divorre f r m lh Im iuI .f n.uir.uiouy I eut.r J iu
favot uf the said Kalt buaokona w, f.r Ihc fiu.r of the adul
tery and ultrr desctlii'ti cf the sa;d K liu i.ui k, I ' be n.s le
absolute atlcr the expiration of six tnonllif fri'in Hie dale .f
this decree, upon compliance with the t rirs tin rii f, unb s
utlicirnt cause shall appe ar to the cntrary.
And the libt-llant is oidercd In publish at allt.ti' l c- y of
this order In the Pacific Commercial AdvcrliM-r and Kuokoa
newspapers fr six successive vecks; the flr.t piiti'!aii"ii t
be within one month from Hie date of Ihis ordrr; llist all rr
Sons inlerc.ted mT, within six m ntn, show cause hf said
decrt should Cot be made absolute.
By the Court: A. ltOP.
Dated Ibis ll lli day f i Vti.l i r. A. I). 178.
liunolulu. Oahu. ... I hen by o il ily that the .r ftr Uiif is a
true ami faithful copy uf the original tlerrrc of divorce imw on
file iu the otlice of tin- hnvrenie t'nuit of the Hawaiian m!i,.l.
Aa witness my band this U0:n du)' ol OctoN r, A. I'. l-.t.
A. Hun A.
u2 lit leiiu:y Cleik of Hie tupniue Couit.
IRCI IT COI'RT OF THE HAWAIIAN
Islands. 1 bird Judicial Circuit, IJaaaii, si. November
Term. A. V. 187(.
Kainulama w, Lib- lUnt, Vs. luanc k. LilnIKe. I..'b- I f. r
In the above entitled l.lbel fur Divorce, It Is ricw ordere.l
that a decree ol divin-ce fnm tbe bond ol matrimony be en
tered in favor of the said Kainulama f r the cause ol the will
ful desertion and a lultery of the said Ioane, t' be made
absolute after the rxplratiiiu 'f six mouths Irons the date if
this decree, Umn compliance with the terms thereof, unless
sufficient caurc shall ap)ear lo the Contrary.
Ami ilia litM'llKiit I. oidrrrd to lmblinh uu attrstrd ropy cf
this order in the Pacitic CossCKruL ADVi:sTira and Ku
okoa newsiap-rs for six siieressive wetki; the first publication
lo be wtibin one month from the date of this or.b r i thut all
persons Interested may. within six months, show cause why
aid decree shoulJ not be inuJe absolute.
Ily Ihe Court: K. KPKNCKIl, Clerk.
Dated this 12th day of Novrmter. A. 1. IhTH.
Ililo, Hawaii, ss. I hereby certify that tbe foregoing Is a
true and faithful copy of the original decree of divorce now ou
file in the ofllce of the Circuit I'ourt of the Hawaiian Islamla.
As witness my band this 2th dav f Novemlw r, A. D. 17.
V. II. lilTCIICOt'K.
d7 Ct Clerk of the Circuit Court.
g CIRCUIT COURT OF THE HAWAIIAN
j Itlamls, Third Judicial Circuit, Hawaii, s. NoVi UiUr
Term, A. V. lh7S.
Mihkaa k, l.ibelUnt, vs. Naitlo w, Liboilec. Libel f. r
In the above entitled Libel for Divorce, it is now ordered
lhal a decree ol divorce from tin; Itotn! of matrimony be rtitered
in favor of the said Milikaa for ll.u cause of tbe willful deser
tion of the said Naeole, to be mad aloliibt after tho expira
tion of six mouths from the date of tins decree, upon compliaiiee
with the terms thereof, unless sudicient cue sliull Bppoar to
And the libellant is ordered to publish an attested copy of
this order In the Pacific loatum itL AuvcarmsH ami K u
okoa newspapers lor six successive weeks; Ihe first publication
to be within one month from Ihe dale of Ibis order; that all
persona interested may, within six months, show cause why
said decree should not be made absolute.
By the Courti F. PPF.NCr.lt. Clerk.
Dated this 12th day of November, A. I. 1171.
Ililo, Hawaii, ss. I hereby certify that Ihe forepoiiis; is a
true and (sill, fui copy of the original decree of divorce now on
file in Ihe olllre of the Circuit Court of the Hawaiian Islan ls.
As witness my hand this "JOth day of November, A. I. 117.
D. II. IUTCIICODK.
d7 6t s ( lerk of Ihe Circuit Couit.
CIRCUIT COURT OF Till: HAWAIIAN
Islands, Third Judicial Circuit, lli.wmi, s. November
Term, A. V. 1ST1.
Poupou w, l.ibellunt, vs. Iiaai.il.ua k, I.iln-llee. Libit for
In the above entitled Libel f..r Divorce, It is r.ow ordered
that a decree of divorce from the bond of matrimony I enter
ed in favor of I tie said Poupou, for the cause of the Willful de
sertion of the saiJ Kaaiahua, to be made absolute after llie
expiration ol six months from the date of this decree, upon
compliance with Ihe terms thereof, unless sufUcieut cause
shall appear to the contrary.
And the libellant is ordered to publish an attested copy of
this order in the Pacific Cummkhi iil Advukthlk and Kuo
koa newspaper for six successive weeL; the first publication
to be within one month from the date of this older; that all
persons Interested may, within six months, show cause why
said decree should not be made ahrolute.
By the Court; F. FPKNCEK. Clerk.
Dated this 12th dsy of November, A. D. IS'.H.
Ililo. Hawaii, ss. I hereby certify that the forritoinK Is a
true and faithful copy of the original decree of Divorce now ou
tie in the olllce of tbe Circuit Court f the Hawaiian Islands.
As witness my hand this 26th dav of November, A . D. IH'.H.
V. 11. HITCHCOCK,
17 Ct t lerk of the Circuit Court.
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE HAWAIIAN
Islands, Third Judicial Circuit, Hawaii, ss. November
Term. A. It. 17S.
lloomana w, Libellant, vs. Palapala k, Lilnllee. Lib' I fr
In the above Libel for Divore, it is now order d Hint a
decree of divorce from the bond ol uiatmnony t enlereJ lu
favor of the said lloomnna for the cause of ll.e willful uVsrtiou
of the said Palapala, to be maile absolute after the expiration
of six months from Ihe date of Ihis decree, upon compliance
with Ihe terms thereof, unless suflicient caose hall a per to
And the libellant is ordered to pjhlij-h an attest d ropy of
this order in the Pacific C.'nui.m in. A nv .mti.cm and Ku
okoa newspapers for six successive wn.-; s; Ihe first publication
M be within one month from the dale of th.s order; tint all
persons interested may, within six months, ihow cnue why
aid decree should not be made absolute.
By tbe Court: F. FPFACEil, Clerk.
Dated this th day of November. A. I. 117H.
Ililo, Hawaii, ss. I hereby certily that Ihe forejr'.inf is
true and faithful ropy of the oiijtinal decree of divor -e now on
file in the cilice of Ihe Circuit Court of Ihe Hawaiian Island
As witness my har.d this 2Cth day r.f November, A D. 117J
D. 11. HITCHCOCK,
d7 6t Clerk of the Circuit Court.
CIRCUIT COURT OFTIIE HAWAIIAN
Islands, Third Judicial Circuit, Hawaii, si. Novcu,l-r
Term. A. I. 157V
liana w, Libellant. vs. Mooluhi k, Libellee. J, l f,,r pivorce.
In the above afit.tled LiIh-I fr Divorce, ii is now ordered
that a decree of divorce from tbe bond of matrimony le enter
ed in favor of the said liana, for the cause of the willful d-swr-
lion of the said Mooluhi. to be made absolute after the expira
tion of six months from the date of tliid-i:re, oj.on complmnrf
with the terms thereof, uoleas suQlcieiit cause shall aj iir tv
And the HtwUnnt is ordered to pttbll.h an atteste I rri y of
this order In the ra-inc toxur.m in. Avvtr.TY.u and Kuo-
koa newspars for six niec.ssive weeks; be f!rl public ation
to be witli, n one month from the ilste of tin. order; thai all
ersons intereftel may. within six months, sliow oause why
said decree should not ie maile ansoiute.
By lb-: Court: F HPEN'CEK, Cleik.
Dated this 11 lh day of N'ovcmler, A. D. Ib7.
ililo, Hawaii, ss. I hereby certify that the fon tr-ir.g ia
true and faithful copy of the original decree o divorce riow on
file ia the office cf the Circuit Court of tbe Hawaiian Island.
As witness my hand thia '.')' Ii day f November, A. I). I S "J.
ti. 11. 11 1 1 LIU (Ji K.
d" Ct Cierk of the Circuit Court.
FnXU UTV f oTJrT V) F T II E II A W A 1 1 A N
4y Ialand. Third Judicial Cir'.uil, Hawaii, ss. Novemher
Term. A. 1J. 1S71
Haawiola w. Libelant, vs. Kalcohauu k, Libc.ie. I.ilel for
la the above entitled Libel f,.r Divorce, it is now onlere I
that a decree of divorce from Ihe bond t i n;ati imony be .r.terl
In favor of Ihe said llaawiola for the cause of the wil'ful de
sertion of Ihe sail Kl-o!.ar:u. to le made absolute after the
expiration of six month from Ihe date of this decree, upon
compliance with the terms thereof, ur.lets suflicient cause sl.all
appear to tf.e contrary.
And the l.beliant is ordered to publish an attrsled copy ( f
tl.is order in the Pacific Covukh ul A i.vr i.tihks ai d Ku
okoa newspapers t r six succ-ve weeks; th' first publication
to te within one month from the date of this or.br; that all
persons interested may, within a: months, show cause why
sa.d decree should not b? made absolute.
By tlie Court: f. PPLXCF.P., Clerk.
DateJ ths 9th d.y f November. A. I. lH7s.
ililo, Hawaii, s. I hereby certify that Ihe for' c.,iHif is a
true and fsithful copy f the original decree of divorce now on
fi in the oflice of the Circuit Courl i f llie Hawaiian Isisnds.
As witness my hand this 'J.h lay of S-ven.ber, A. l. 1171.
D. II lillLHCoCK.
d7 Cc Cleik cf llie I ireuit Court.
CIRCUIT COI RT OF THE HAWAIIAN
11. nds, Th rd Judicial Circuit, Hawaii, ss. Novvmlier
Term, A. D. 1S7.
Ilo-Aano w, Ul.ei:ar.t, vs. Mar.u k, Libi !!'. LiU I lor
In tbe abeve intitle l Libel for Divor.-e, it is row ordered
that a decree cf divorce from tbe bon I of matrimony be entered
in f.vor of ihe said Hooknno for tbe cause of the Willful deser
tion of the said .Mann, to be made !,,, hue af: r the expiration
of six months from the date of tins decree, upon rompUanoc
with the term thereof, unless sniheient eaurc shall n'p-ar to
Aad the libellant is or lere I to publ .li mi attest- . 1 m.y of
Ihis order in the Pacific Covjici.ci At. A u i.ii i ii h and Ku
okoa newspaper f.r six sdece.siv twek-; lh" lust uohralion
lo be within one oioiiih from the date ot II... order; tl.at ail
tiersone interested may, w. thin fix a.n:,tl,, -bow l ause by
said decree should n il he ma.ie wbs .ljte
liy ihe Court: F. SPKN ('Lit, Cb i W.
Dated this 12;h day of November, A It. H7
Ililo, Hawaii, . 1 hereby ceit.fy Ih-it the foreg ing is a
Hue and faithful copy of the oriiri il decree d divorce now on
file in Ihe office cf Ihe Circui: I'ourt of the Hawaiian Islands.
As witness my baud this -oili day of Noven.Ur, A. D. 1S7H
IJ. Ii. Hin IICOCK,
d7 6t CU rk of the C ircuit Court.
In the in..tirr t-l V. Al, aa allerd LankriiM.
M in. si is, M. I billii A C liave Ikls dsy filed a tH litusi
pru c 1 1.. I I'. Ai tt adjuilfptt a bankrupt, .r twiaM aiala'
I .ry reasons In ssi.l x lnioa n.u.ed, and have De4 ttntiS la
l),r sum of Iwn thousand didlsls, ootid il toned f.r Ihe pataieal
f all costs of til procer.tirirs and dsn.sje In the said 1', At,
if Hiejr f.ul t. pr.. hun a bsnkiuot. A4 hereas, aa iwiler
lis i.-u.-.I in ib Marshal T lb Kit ed'au lo take oe low
of all Ihe saiJ t . Al's pnrrty, wherever the same snsy be
found, an, I In put bis store house, couutlof -boases, rteets,
txn.k and psers under l k and er.l
Now lNkssross, It is ordered that 1 I'IPaY, tbn tenia day
f lieceniter, lh7a, beand tbe sasne Is hereby eppolnted l,r
llte hearirif of ll.e ssi.l etillon, st Ablolsiii Hsl, Hi iwdulu,
Oahu, at 10 o'clock, A. M , 14 lhal dsy, where the Will
be beard and decided. If disputed. And It la further Mitered,
thai ii. .lire 1 1 ihe said beaiing lie published for three aaroeeelfe
meet, iii ihe Pa ine CowasiK isl Ali arista, a aeper
.iiblishe. In H'Miolulil.
Dated Honolulu, Novrmbt-r 19 h, 17H.
A. IHANt II JfT'l',
"2-'l lit Justice of tbe ruprvma Court.
SU Pit KM K COI'KT OF THE II A W A II AN
I -t. A Mil', in Probate, la Ihe mailer v lb estate at H.
Miksb ni'., laie of Honolulu, iitim-i1, At Cbasulier, before
Chief Jusikie Harris.
uu rea.liuir an.l fihutr the etitliii snj aorouiiU tsf W. L.
Wileoi. adiiiinlstralor of the eelale of K. MiksW-ail, Ule of He
lolulii, tlahu. deceased, wherein be asks In be allnwe) 11711 SO,
and c'isrp liinieelf with f IflhS Ml, and ask lhal the sasue
may b rxaaiiied and aeproved, swl that a final order aswr
lt mkilepl dinnbution uf the property reoistiitnf la feistianut
to the a rsons iberete rniiilrit, and iliecharf li him anil his
iiretus front all flintier reMnlblili as uli.
It Is ordered, lhal MONDAY, tbe I Mb. 4sy ? Decesslwr,
A.D. IH7H, at IU o'clock, A. ltwe Ibe sals) jHetkra.at
Cbainbers, In the Court Hi ue, at liunolulu, be an4 the eaiue
hereby Is apM4nted as Ihe lime and plane lor brarlnf eatd pe.
lition aud aecouuis, and lhal all ierns Interswte) aasv Ikes
and there appear and show cause, If any tbey hsve, why th
same should lud be granted, and may present evidence at la
who are entitled In the said property . And that this order,
la lb r.iijluh and Hawaiian lauguaites, be published ta Ida
I'ai iric CoMMkacisL AnvsaTissa and stuokoa Ivswapapert
printed and published lo llotiululu, for three uoceslf wieka
previous to Ihe lime tberelo apMibiti for M brarlrif.
Daud at lloaolulu, 11. 1 I In 'alat day of Nov. A. l. I7.
t II AH. V. it AKIllH,
Chief Justice of the uprrfiie Court.
Attest i A. ROM, Deputy Clerk. nM Bf
SUPHF.MECOl'ltTOF THE HAWAIIAN
Islands, Oabu, se. (x ll,er Trim, A. II. H7.
Kaulua k, LllHllanl, vs. Kaoihana w, Lllx Un. Ilx l for
In Ihe above entitled far Dlvnrre.lt la now ornWeit
that a Jerree of divorce from Ibe leiod nf uialrlmmiy liemilerM
In favor ol the said Kaulua k. lor Ibe raoa of Ilia adultery ami
uller ilesiTtl'Mi of the said Kauibana w, lo be itisd aliei'me
afier Ihe expiraiioii nf sis month In, in the dale uf Iht rteeree,
upon compliance with the terms 'hereof, tin lose uNu.'ieiil
cause shall apfx-ae in Ihe contrary.
And lb l.li.ellsnl I orutHed to publish an atleeled oupy nf
tins order In the Pai'ifii' I'iissisi ul A r viasa bo4 kss.
ki a new..M rs fir six sui-oessiva weeks; the Pret iublleatKl
lo be wliiii'i one nionih from ll.e date of this order; that all
person intereateil nisy, Willi In six months, show cause why
said ib-rree Ihhji1 n.. b made absolul., tv Ib Courl,
A. It'll, Deputy Cleik.
I 'a led ibis I'll ii day of October, A. D 1H7S.
Honolulu, Oahu, is. I In reby certify thai the fweeolnf (e a
true sml falll.tul ropy nf Ihe orlirlnal decree ol divorce now on
tile n II e oiflc.e of ihe Supreme I'ourl of O.e Hawaiian Islands.
As witness my band this i!bih duy of Oei,.hr, A, i, injg,
'tf ll Deputy Clork lh eU-en Ceufl.
SI'I'lt l-.M K COURT OF THE HAWAIIAN
Islands. Oahu, ss October Term, A. D. 1H7.
Kuala k. l,ll-llsiit. vs. Mel w, I lb. lie. L,Im- (or Divwee.
In Ihe above entitled l.ill for lHvorce.lt It bow wrderwl
that a decree of divorce from the bond of matrimony be etilereil
In tavnr of Ihe said Kuala k. for the rsiiae of the ailullery sii'l
utter dese. ilu.1 of Ihe said Mel w, to I s suad abe lule after
the expiration of sis month from Ihe data of this decree. Up"
compliance with th term thereof, unices suOii leut
shall appear lo Ihe contrary.
And Ibe Libellant I ordered to publish an Heated ro.y of
this order in the Pacific Coumksi iil Apvaariaaa and kwo.
koa ii-wpapers for six successive weeks; Ihe Aral publican
to be within one nionih from lh ilat of this order; lhal all
lrsoti lnt-r.-led may, within six months, show reuse why
said ilwrw should but be msdc kbsolsle. llv tbllort,
A. HOrA. Deity Cbrk.
Dated this 25th day of October, A. I. Jn7.
Honolulu, O.hu, . tierrby certify that lh toreirnlnf I
a true and faithful copy of th ot Initial rlecres of rllvorr now
on file in th i lllre of tbe ruprea.t Court of lb Hawaiian
As witness my band this 3Slh dsjf of October, A. I). 171.
A. KOr A,
'1 Cl D.MitV CU rk of lb V ur.reui Ceurl
SI? I'll EM E 'OIRT OFTIIE HAWAIIAN
Inlands. Oahu. es.. Oetol r Terra, A. I. 17.
P.oliert Brown (k), libellant, vs. Kcaua (w). Iilsrllee, LlM
In the above eiillllid 1,1.. 1 f,,r divorce, II Is now ordered that
a decree of divorc frm lh bond of matrimony be entered tn
favor of the said Koberl Brown. k ). oar th cause of lb adul
tery of the said Kekua, (w.) In be uisde absoluui after lb a
plration of six month from the date of Ibis decree, po can
pllanre with th terms thereof, unless lufflcb-Dt t aus skslll
appear to Ihe contrary.
And the ble llar.l is ordered to publish an alter i4 c y tit
this r.rder in ihe I'sr iriu Commkih'iai. A hvrsTista ad kao
koa newspaper lor six sueee..iv weekst Ib Aral pubbe.atlon.
lo be w ii loo on month from the del nf Ibis order that aft
persons interested n ay, ilhin six mouth, show raa srbf
said decree should not b niade al solui. By t We Court.
fHnrned) JNO. K IlAbk AKI), Cb-rk.
Dated Ibis iUih dav ofOcti.lM-r. A. D. I a II.
Honolulu Oahu, es. I hereby Certify Ihfcl Ilia tirfoaf la
a true soil failhfi.l co.y ol Ibeorirloal decree of divorn now
ou file in Ihe Olbrs of ihe Muprem Court of lh llawi.ltaa I-
As wi'.ri.is aiy hand this 2.'.th dsy of Ortober, A. It. II7H.
JON. K. BA K.N A hi),
-Ji."--' Clnk of lb Fuproos Ciuit.
SUPREME COI'RT OFTIIE HAWAIIAN
Island. Oahu, ss , Ortoi.er 1 -rm, A. l. Jk7l.
Kautlua w, l.beliant, vs. Mok I'upu k, libel, bbH tar
In the above entitled bl.el f .r divorr. il I bow wrdereA that
a decree of divorce from lb bond of matrimony be entered In
favor of Ot raid Kaualu. w, f.r Ibe cause of the b pr oy of tbe
said Mk l'uHie, k, to bs oisde absolute after Ik riplralloit
of x months from the date cf Una decree, cwsnplian
with the terms there., unlcs surlici. lit taws shall piM-ar to.
And the hi I ait Is ordered to publish an al tested copy sT
this order in lb. Psr me t'oau is t Auarika and stao.
koa newpa rs be- els ticre.e week Ibo fret publWailofi
lo b within one monih from the dam of Una order i tkal all
lrron inn ree. may, within six anon'.h', elw cauee why
ail decree si oald not b msd solute. By the Court
O-iirned) 4H'J. It. HA kN AKf), Clerk.
Hated this ltb dsy A Or t., A. I). 1H7I.
Honolulu. Oahu. ss. I herd y certify that lh fores; .,1ns; Is a
true and faithful cpy of the original ilrrrrsi of divorce now oa
file in ihe Oilice of the Fuprem Curl of list Hawaiian Islands..
As witnr ss my hand Ihis 3uth day of October, A. I. lkVI.
JNO. K IIAhNAHl).
Clerk of lb Puprem Cntus.
SJUPR EM E COI'RT or Til K HAWAIIAN
J Islands. O.hu, . Orudier Term. A. L. 1 7J.
laiviriia. lilM-llhnl. vs. Kaksptiahl, libele, I.bel for kvo-ee.
In the above ,r.tii b J bll I r divorce, It Is now rJsMrel thai
a decree of divorce from th lewid ? matrimoor he entered in.
favor of the said Lavluia for tbe rao of the deeeramsi of lb
said Nakat.ual.l, to l made tbsolut after lb fiulratlon ot
six roonw.a from ine oate ol tins fleer.. upio rbSMpliarwi will
the terms thereof, unless sullli leol cause shalt ai.ir to Ihe
A ud the bUllant Is ordered loi ublisL aa al seated eon nf Ikbs
order In the PA. inr; CouukS'iAb AfYKUTiaka asMl KuwAoa
ten.a.era tor , surceaslvc wek lb firet pul.bralieu l
be wiibin one month Iran the del of thiaorderi lhal all per.
tons Interested may, wiihlu an months, show rsase whyeakd
decree should not be made absolute By lb t curt.
fHned) JNO. K. BA II S AKI), I lerk.
Dated tins ay;li day of 0 lober, A. II. Ik7l
Honolulu. Oa'.u. ss. I hereby rerli'v llist lb f.rrriii.if le a
true and faithful copy of ibe onirinal decre iil divore aow wa
hie la the "tli.-e r l ihe rnpreme Court of ibe Hawaiian Island.
as witness uiy liatiu tins ih dsy tf ovni)4r, A. D. 171
JNO. i: BARNAUL),
if'l Cleik i,f ibe fureius Courl.
Sir PR E M E COU RT OP TH E II A WA 1 1 A K
I. amis, (lal.a, r. Orl'tia-r term. A. I). Di71. Kabiaa
, hlieii.nl vs. Nakoana k. Iila llee. jbl for divorce,
In the above rnlithd lile I f ,r divorie). Il Is now wdered lhal
a decree of divorce from th bond ol matrimony b entered H
f.vur of tbe said Kabluu w. for Ihe cause of th adelter audi
utlcr desertion f the said Nskoena w, lob snail alssolu)
all. r the erpiration of six month flora the date of this decree.
iin compliance with ihe terms thereof, unb suftl' lent taus
shall s.)M r lo lh eoiitri.ry.
And llie lilicllant Is order, d to l.ul.lish an at tested rotiv ol
Ihis onler In tbe Pacific Commercial Advertiser Sod Huok
nerspaa-rs for six successive weeks; the first pub lit at Inn lo
la- w ithiu one iiK.iith from ihe dale of this orirt lhal all per
sons intercaied may, will.in aix Inoiubt, show rsuse why Msd
.i i. . . i .. . . . . .
in n-r sii..uij noi ne uiue aosoiu'e.
11 il Court A.llOe.
Dat.-J Ihis lvih day of Oclola-r, A. D. 1171.
IIouolulu. Hal. u, ss. I hcrrbr j rtify Ibal th fitreeoia k
a true and faithful o(.v of Ihe ordinal decree nf divorce now
on file in the olfic of Ihe hupreuie Court of lb Huwaiiauh
As wiloe.s my I, arid it.U 2'illi day ofOcbditt, A, V. 1871.
ui Ct Deputy Clerk of Ibe .uprcme r'oulk,
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