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. ' ' ; 1 r RID AY. JA.XCJXr lo. lTi.
, rie t rln.Mpal i.lt.i of intrieal la baln circle tl
r wk ha lft tit avtUlnj f luartrrly acronnt.
I: CDrml thl ha Vrrn proaptly done, and It may b
!J that anon y la ay. A usual, at tb reJ of th
quarter, th (ioTrninrDl d labor lr;r nm, which go
Into general rlr-alati a, tv th Lr&rf.t of the puMlc. T!.
annual tatr bar Utartii with cimruendabl pr.uipfl-
,tj,j. rharss-trrt.tlc of onr Island rater syrts.
As iamiiatlon of tb Table of Domestic Export.. prv
ir 1 I y Col. Allta, C'.llel.-r Oecrral. which publish
thl a rsinir. ahcrwa a rnst grtMfylng tnrrva fur I"
vr t!se yar jrwenllng. aaionoticg t- fcesrly t-O'O.
Thl l..re ha constated mainly ia tl artirl tf :-
var. Paddy. Rir, Tallow and Wutl.
Th fsrrUry of th Treasury cf th felted States tad
"t.tT-v ml'.lloaa la go!4 and sliver with watch t
rTiBi pcl pifmrtl oat 2w Tear's Day. A(fn
tarka r at par at last advlo. X)c. 2J. It la cot at ail
I ruhwU U-at as; Largs proportion cf lb abuva sum will
! drawn by holder cf tba national currency; and rrra
if tt wvra. It U likely that It would aoon fit J It way ba-i
lulu th Treasurer' yaolu. for people ouU L mU'S.'
.. wlt.i knowing tiat thy could Lav gold whenever they
wantol It. Tba effect open the rational crtJ.t. ia all tba
woey b.ari'ta tit tb wcrlI, will b uiovt fa Trab. at. 1
V rat bejonl estimation.
A ( rn.MtM erirupt;t..-r w.th our !nUn in the San
r.ai lr. n.arkrt ia paHa frnu Ui far South IUi-
laiia. Onr Han YrJ.rl n comK'.il-tt. unirr
Ur JaU of Icc. 21. ult- aja La Laa fru ajui-I-a of aa
artl. Ir nal to th Lrtt I'ao4 wahrd. OT-r No. JO ia
m.lf.r. whlrb rt oniy 'ir. dJir"rl at rara ia Srw r-
Uiit. nil a fin jt-ilow. about No. 16. at R-. frribt aiJ
rharK a-MM which will nr-l n-l lUr. tb
nrnrva with whlrb onr ataj le will bar to r&u-a! In tL
1 rlcw ij al niarkrt. tUiul Grtx rrj GraJ-a arr a J(rat fa
vorite ltb ronaomrra on tLa Pacific Cmt. and It will b
liar.1 txl!iIar tbrtn. In vlw of tb aljore, howev-r,
tiril not tlLt to plaster t). wlloiu of ecoaomy, and
of r-'-ki iax. la vrry iracti al way, the rot of j r'-lu--tiuxj.
ThifTi- f flnta Croc Llue, in Kan Frauti-wo, l;-a
fallo t l.Ui ytrt tbl.
Total raUi of all - 1.
Whale Hoc, th. I . J
I'perai Oil, fall
lKUlLe.rea.bi. S32 J : j yl3!
Vait,ha.... TsT 2 gJsj
as s I :i!
Wbal Oil, I - : -
1 " 1-1 I
I - I - 1
w.i I - !
pout or HOIJOI.TJI.TJ. . I.
I Ad bktne J A Falkinbarg, lluhbart, 17 day from
S Aaa bk AdrUiJe Confer. Emcrsoo, from Han Fran
cisco rla Kaholni.
IAm bk Llasi Mar boll. Dahloiann, IT lay from
fort Btakrlry. '
H Ana bk Kalnirr. Wolli-. frma Port Gamble.
g Am bxtnaT W l.or, Wentworth; 17 Uaya from
II am bo kit.
6 Am chr C M War J, Wbitory, ar crniac
a Am Upail "br Leo, Barker, for San Fraacucn.
10 Am fckta llouit-ir. Eja-i"D. for Hambol.lt.
Ve! far iIlaU frwwa Fwrciga
Am atmr City of Jfew York, tydnrj, do Jan 20
Brtt atmr Anntrall. Ken ranrt.-co. due Jan 27
II aw arm tntf Xaplolani, ban t rant iK-o fur Kabului, itue
tier bk Alatrr. Llrerrool, due March lat.
tirr bk Lonlae. from Oow. Bremen, dne Mar 10th.
lint bk Lai 1 all Kookli. Ulaairnw. to aail In November.
Am bk Martha Daria.Uoatoa.dae March 15
Hnt bk LalT Lampaoo. Newcastle, HAW, doe Jan 20
-Urtrbk ButbweU Cati. Vl.-toria. BC
Am kk Aairthyat. San ranclo. luaulag Dec 23
Am bktn Eoreka. Han FranctMo, loading Dec XJ
Am btrtne Ueaperlan. Humbobit , - -Kalafo-
achr iTtd. Fannlne'a Inland.. Jan 20
Aa acbr American Uirt. taa Fraaciaco, ria Kabalui
11. kw acbr Loka. Port l.odlow
Aiu acbr Bonanza, Kahnlul. loadinft Dec 21
VESSELS IN l OKI
II B M 8 Opal, Bubiaaon.
Aru ok Rainier. Wolfe.
Am bk IJsxJ Mamhall. Dahlmana. ;
Am bk Adrlaida Cooprr. iliuervon.
Am bk Bneaa Ttata. WUliama.
liaw bk MatU Maclesy. Pop
Am kk D O M array. Froat
Am bktn Fremont. Xtrkrrwvn.
Am bktn J A J alkinbanr. Uobbart.
Am bkte Jo) Prrkln. JobnMin
Mn brUt T W Liav-aav, Wentworth.
Ilawaiiaa brig Pomare, Chare.
Am brig Baaard, MUler
liaw birU Violet. Anderaon
Am at-hr Robert Emmett. Ualloway. '
Am acbr Roaarto. Dotuilaaa
Am Kbr Ju Woolley. Coiaawx k
WUIUS HO .TIlMM
- A acbr lofct. ,
A m acbr Uew tlamey, Tripp.
Haw aehr Umraani Aiam.
liaw art Oowanl.
ttnm Sat Ia-;i-o Pw T let, Jan ZM. Power, aa-1
Fanw hmiiit Nr Jim m. Falkintwrg. Jao 4 D. Few
Mr. M H Foacr. K C Lool. mod Ah Voonj.
Faoai PoT Towaeasa Per Laxie Marshall, Jaa 9 P
foa fti Faasciico Per Uevs Jan W F Cammloirs-
J TinTX 8J Fascnwrt Pr Ti4et. Jan 314.QM bricks.
1im bale bar. Ji ak bran. TS ak barley. 1 bbl lime,
liai poat. SO m ahlnl. and S'J pkg genvral udae.
Fiuiw raanci Prr AJ'Iaid Cooper, Jan 7-30
Vaow PoaTLaaa. 0 Par J A Falkinberg. Jan 4 Ml tbl
Um-io. C0 as ioor. 177 ska , e cor J star boll. 30,000
It lamJbcr, aad 2Vtf pkgs general mcrchanrfia.
.F Poar Tmiiia Prr hUtia Man tall. Jan 9 40,
; 1 ft iumbrr, and 121 U aulaglca.
Faow Poar G 41 lb Per Rainier. Jan iO.Zn ft lum
ber. 4,110 pickets, A.000 bit hi. IM M ahtngles, and 10 bM aai-
laoa) Eraaxa F rT V Loca. Jan
4M) V atlnclea, ar .00o pca.
275.1 V tt lumber,
Fo Ai-nc Ocaaji Per C M Wart. Jan tZff: pkjr
tra-lioj' artlrle. 44.9 Kaila o' abKkValu foreign.
4.toI.j4; domestic. F.S-.
Foa Sas rurrwo-Per Leo. Jan ": 37 baa auar, C
bbl molara. Vain d-mentt.-. Jil.4T3.fcj
HiJiT Bonara In thia rlty. at the realdence of Mr
Macaoicy. Jan 4th. liCO. by the Rer W J" rear. ( ai tain If
Hoiitr, cf Perth. Scotland, to Mr Tbzbjua Boajuut. of
' Ia ZIoncluJn, Jan 3d, In lie wife of C J Lyons, a daughter.
In Honolulu, Jan 7th. to Ik wile of Geo Harris, a son.
Wbit. In Ilonolo'n. Jan 9th, of congestion of the Iudts,
Johj Coaairr, mfact son cf J C and Martha J White, aged 3
years aod 2 1 months. ' .
DirrsB Ia Waiohlno. lis. Hawaii. Dee 31st, 1373,
Alscbt Fiascta Bc3rra,ged IJ aaooxhs and 19 days.
Go to thy rest, fair chill.
Go to thy dreamless bet.
Wb;Ve yet so genUe. andefiled,
! t i Wit Messing, on ttyriea4." .
. c3a FAn. It Is stated that tbe loss to the
United States revenue bj sajrar frauds fbr jears
past, has reaeltd over $3,000,000 per annum.
(Man j refiners and importers who refused to go into
this fraudulent combination have been driven oat
of business. .V. F. Grocer.
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t Bait. too. :H
f - -a r. g j")
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4 ; DA V. JAXCAKY 11.
We km from ti e Foreign Office, that tLe
Minister Jrnt uf tLo UcitcJ iitatca Las re
cp-Wc I a !ttcr front the ittcrctarj of State, the
Hororafjl Wm. M. Ktsrta, in which be acknow
Iclr the rrccirt cf iofonnation frctn the Minu
terthat a cjni Jerable mm cf zuonej haJ been
contributed r Hawaiian and foreign reaideata
fr the bwSt cf the euffrrcra from Yellow FeTer
in the Toite-1 States, aoJ ezf reaaet the gratifi
cation .f the Departmeot of State, at ucb a
Diark J ayiaratf.T from the people of the Hawai
ian l!ir J
Facts are stubborn thin. A lew figures will
how verj much on one or the other side of a
financial taU-tnent. Secretary Sherman has been
reported a making out the United States to be
greatly the Ioper Ij the Treaty of Reciprocity
with Hawaii, and he gets his figures from Con
sul Scott. To suppress the truth is as bad as to
asert a lie. According to figures which are on
oSciai record, we find that for the jcar 187G.
the imports from the United States which paid
duties in tbit Kingdom were valued at about
S0O,0CO. For the year 1877, the first after the
operation of the Reciprocity Treaty, the imports
from the United States, which of course were
duty fr e, were valued at $1,212,732. This
increase of commerce and trade with the United
States, which is particularly to the benefit ol the
Pacific eide, and which, however, is beginning to
be felt in the cities of New York and Boston,
will row and increase under the fuetcring in
fluences of the Treaty. And really, if people like
Mr. Sherman would only open their eyes, they
could not fail to see that the Hawaiian Treaty of
Reciprocity is mainly operative for the benefit of
American citizens. The exhibit for the year
ending January let 1870, will be etill more illus
trative of our rosition.
"The fjreiuot question just now in these
Islands is that of labor. The native llawaiians
cannot be blamed if, with their light, their
easy means of living, their kuhanas, their troops
of friends they refuse to bind themselves for a
term of yjirs to labor for ten or eay fifteen
dollars a month. On the other hand, the cari-
talidt, whom- funJd arc invested in the cultiva
tion ai.l manufacture of eugar, will gladly
accejtofany and all l.ihor that may offer.
within proper bounds. So far as his purposes
are concerned and purely legitimate oues they
it does not mutter to him whether the
laborer, who brings the tune to perfection,
whereby be, the investor of capital, gets nine or
ten per cent., is a Chinaman or a Hawaiian.
The Hawaiian Government has never bad a
policy. This journal has insisted on that fact
throughout its existence of nearly a quarter of a
century. Succceeive Cabinets, have somnolently
folded tbeir bands, and attempted no remedy for
the national decay, while acknowledging and
lamenting that it was continually going on.
Money, collected from the people who are thus
going to extinction. hundreds of thousands of
dollars i expended year after year, in order to
keep up a Bhow of Departments of State, and a
fictitious dignity as an independent nation. Is
net tbi all true? to our thame be it said.
Meanvrbile, the Ilawaiians, to save whose souls
from perdition, good, honest, hardworking Bing
ham, Thurston and Whitney exiled themselves
from their native land, hire been dieap.pearinr.
from the earth. The places that once kne
them now know them no more forever. As pre
sent appearances foreshadow, the Hawaiian, with
bis simplicity, good nature and open-heartednes.
h to vanish from these fair isles of his ancestors,
nd to give place to the delectable Mongolian
the coming man."
A fraction of the money which has been an
nually squandered in this country on the main
tenance of government display during the paet
twenty-five jcars, if laid ort in procuring immi
grants, would have placed us to-day native
Ilawaiians and denizens in a much more advan
tageous attitudo than that which we now present.
It is not necessary that we here repeat what we
have fo often urged as to fields from which wei
. " l. : : 4 .. . r . :i .A v
uiiiib uiiii jiuiiiiiuuie, lur li etxms iu oc Ut- j
knowledired that we arc now bcrrpars. and are V
t 00 w
glad to accept what California discards the
worbt chu-s of Chinamen. They are coming by
every arrival. Christianize them? Yes; but
you mubt civilize them first. The ' civilization''
of the lower clastcs in China, who cmigrato to
California under the auspices of the celebrated
Six Companies, is something fearful to contcm
The Gazelle of Wednesday last, speaking of
tbo scarcity of laborers on the plantations, says :
If Chinamen cannot be bad, where are the
planters to obtain the necessary aid to tend and
tecure their valuable crops? and even in the
face of all this dearth of labor, we have amonz
us men who seem to be blind to the real neces
sities of the hour and who delight in denouncing
the introduction of Chinamen into these islands,
who of all other people, appear to be the beet
adapted to the wants of the planters, and strange
to say, these same objectors to the Chinese do
not attempt to point out a substitute for the
Chinaman as a plantation laborer."
The intelligent public of these Islands under
stand perfectly well the position of this journal
upon the Chinese question. We are neither
blind to the real necessities of the hour," nor
to the certainties that lie close in the future,
when we oppose the exclusively male Chinese
immigration which is now rapidly assuming such
formidable prorations. If the government is
blind to the prohabilitietj of the future. It must
te willfully so. and to it will attach the respon
sibility of encouraging an evil that will soon be
leyoud control. We beg pardon, in this con
nection, for the oUcnse of having quoted a para
graph of the Gazette's bad grammar, bad logic
and bad rhetoric.
Vuilst the in-Ier-cnJcnt press is jtrsistcntlv
warning the government and the nation against
tJi excessive immigration of male Cbiocsc, it
would seem that the country is threatened with a
similar evil from another direction, eo far, how
ever, of moderate dimensions. The cloud is
pcrhaje no larger than a man o hand at present.
AmoDg the recent arrivals from San Francisco,
while there are quite fx number of good, honest
immigrants, who will, no doubt, be a benefit to
the country, jet it is a fact that the class desig
nated in the States as tramps is represented.
It is well that we should be on our guard as to
these men. Perfectly unscrupulous, and at the
same time quick-witted, ns a result of the sharp-
cnin processes oi aavereiij, incy arc a uangerous
element in ony community, and tbeir presence is
-.i . . t i
very much to be deprecated in these peaceful
isles. Of such material is made up tbe turbulent
following of Kearney, the San Francisco eand-Iot
agitator. Nothing to lose and everything to gain.
We are glad to believe that there is but a small
lot of them here. Having signed legal contracts
in San Francisco, before our Consul, whereby
they bound themselves to labor on these Islands
for one year, in consideration of Lrce.-paeage
hither, wages and board and lodirfjg, it eeem
that these tramps, having obtained free transpor
tation to the 6unny shores of Hawaii nci, w here,
as they have doubtles been told by interested
parties, there is a kind-hearted native race who
will always freely bare their f.xxl with fj
tTHtsg'-r : where the miM climate the year round
tuale c!j:hirt ur2uou ; after liatinj 6a.r(.!j
arriti-J .1 tbi clvsium of trjtuj thej tcry
nturailj rcttI to ignore thc:r coDtracU. What
an unfortunate Tuition Hawaii ods hcmlf in
t-daj, betwef n the leruleiTC " ciriliration " of
liw-clajp Cbineac o abaciaotlj belos Purt
cpon of, on the vac hand, and the undesirable,
uncivilized Cauc-iana on the ctber aoi co
females from any source! Thank LeaTen that
the tramps cannot ford the two thousand tailcs
between Honolulu and San Francisco !
Vacation Notes No. 1.
TL common pbee story at sea. A few enterprising
gentlemen seek aa eri morning bath. One or two
colonial mea taking advantage cf th earlj boar,
walk unconcernedly about on the harricane deck in
(jamat an 1 bare feet. After breakfast the deck of
fers more variety and is therefore mere interesting;
the chairs are eecoi.ieJ; the smokers enjoy their
wee-J; laJies and ?nt!emen talk with rich ether,
and considerable chaffing takes place; some are reai
ing. some walk, while the children have a good tice
p'.ajing together and perchance getting up a jrrar.d
and merry romp with soma bearded man who has
cot forgot his childhood. Later, here and there con
valescent persons crawi up and subbi Je into reclining
chairs and melancholy. The meals are bailed by the
well passengers with enthusiasm, but are regarded
br the others with id concealed trepidation au l are
treated by some wiMi an inattention and brief con
sideration approaching conteo.pt. A storm day
somewhat modifies the osul routine. The doubtful
travellers disappear or mope in corners of transoms,
wonderfully wrapped up in shawls and comforters.
Tire hitherto exasperatingly " good sailers " keep
about, to be sure most of tbem, but without their ac
customed careless and defiant expression. Tbey are
less active than before and show signs cf a crum
bling self confidence. Ou a day of this kind a
prominent member of the Honolulu party was him
self till toward the middle of the afternoon. He
was being beaten at backgammon by a lady, in which
enthralling play he showed a singular degree of ab
eentmindedness. Iu the middle of the third game
he rather abruptly remarked to his fair opponent
that he gueesed be should hire to stop playing for
the present as he did not feci very well, and then
with earnest determination depicted on his counte
nance, be rushod out of the 6a!oon and across the
deck to the rail regardless of the conventional usages
of society; let us draw a vail over the remainder of
the occurrence, suffice it to say that some of the
numerous and admiring spectators approvingly said
that they had never known him to make better time,
nor to act with a more accurately calculated preci
sion. He soon retreated to the lower regions, sus
tained and soothed by a good dose of whiskey, and
was not seen again until the next day.
The evenings are relieved with games and music.
One was made ever memorable by a combined dra
matio and musical entertainment in which distin
guished artists as well as talented amateurs gave us
a delightful programme.
The daily lottery on the chauccs of the ship's run
was attended to with an unflagging interest by
many of the passengers, who appeared to make almost
a religious duty of it, so much so that Sunday made
no exception to tbeir devotion to this way of study
ing the ship's progress. But even this became mo
notonous at length, and a grand pool was made up
on the last day of the voyage, as to which particular
letter of the alphabet should be the initial letter of
the name of the boarding pilot. I am glad to say
that a Catholie priest, who bad been lucky once or
twice before, won this venture and probably remem
bers the pilot's name with gratitude, which is more
than I can say for myself.
And so the days pass with little of incident, with
the usual sea opportunities of making acquaintances,
with the varying sky and ocean views, and the ex
hileration of the open air exercise on the hurricane
deck and the study of the waves from the lofty bows
of tbe great ship, and then before the little commu
nity have time to grow tired of each other, the voy
age is over and the steamer exchanged for San Fran
cisco or as some one calls it, " the Paris of the Ila
waiians." WANTED !
STONE-CUTTER FOR A PLANTATION.
jalit F. A. 8CIIAEFLR.
'IMIEAX X 17 A I. M E ET IXC O F TH E STOCK
I UoLOKRS of the Makee t-u,'ar Co.. will be he'd at the
OrUceof Win. O. Irwin 4 Cn., UN MONDAY. January 13th.
1ST9, at 10 o'clock a.m. JNO. S. WALK HI, Sec'y.
Honolulu. January 10th, 1379. It
rMIE ANNI7A L. MEETING OF THE STOCK-
IlOLliERS of the Hawaiian Afrriculmral Company will
he held at the Office of C. Brewer At Co., over Bishop A: Co.'a
BankifiK House, on Thursday, the 10th day of January, 1S7U.
at 10 a. m. (It) J. D. BREWER, Sec'y.
KNOW A L.L, M EN BY THESE PRESKMS.
that I, the undersigned, hereby strictly prohibit ami
forbid all persons from trespassing upon, or taking Pijs,
Branded, or Cnbranded Cattle, Birds of every knd, and from
Cutting Timber from the lands hereinafter specifled, situate in
Hamakua, Island of Hawaii, to wit: Opihilala. Kakaalaes,
liauola, Paauilo, Kobola.ele, Kaawikinikl and Manowaikohao.
Tlamakua, Hawaii, December 30tli, 1S78. - jail 41
Y One "Wilcox & Gibbs Sewing Machine,
SECOMI HAND. ALSO. ISO MONEY
fbr sale. Fur particular, apply to F. L. Leslie,
A. M. UEWETT.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
fMIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING KEEN
a duly appointed Executor and Executrix of the last will
and testament of GEO. C. McLEAN, of Honolulu. Island or
Oahu. H. I., deressed, all persons indebted to 'he Estate of
said GEO. C. McLEAN. deceased, are requested to make im
mediate payment; and all persons having claims against the
aid Estate, are notified to present the aaroe, duly authenti
cated, to the undersigned before the expiration of six months
from the date hereof, or they will be forever barred.
WM. G. IRWIN, Executor.
MARY ANN McLEAN, Executrix
of the laat will and testament of Geo. C. McLean, deceased.
Honolulu, Janrary Jlt!i, 1879. jail 4t
PLANTATION SALMON !
IOIl. SALE AT LOW
RATE IN ai'A.N-
TITIKS to auit
jan 11 tf
CASTLE Jfc. COOKE.
OREGON FLOITR I
A.. TVITS: I Nil XJIlCi.
FOR SALE BY
CASTLE Si COOKE.
jan 11 tf
BUGGIES FOR SALE !
ONE TOP AND ONE BREWSTER LLGGY
For Sale br
n30 H. IIACKFELD & CO.
List of Advertised Letters.
IJEMAINIXG IN THE GENERAL POST
EMAINIXGIN THE GENERAL
OFriCE, Honolulu, January. 1879.
A llin. Eric
Bradley. U '.
B , E C
j Lowny, J W
i Loft. Henry Win
I Merritt. J D
(Martens, Mr E
N'ckelaon. C R
I O'Brien. J II
! Parker. Harry R 2
i Pare, Geo W
Uuin.o. I A 2
: Kboce. John
Rosini, Capt I D
i Kotertson, A
Keicbe. L M
Hoc, W S
'Spencer. Capt J R
Smith. Miai Carrie
Borenaon A- Bra
j Water house. O C
jWale, 8 A
Brooks. S L
Bsckitrum, G E
Chapman. John 2
Carroll. James E
Davie, Mr Mary ll'en
Ieoman, J B
Freeman, Harriet 3
Graf. Cbas A
Holme. Walton II
Hardy, Mrs M R 2
Johnstone, Jamr R
James. W L
Jackson. Mis R
Jones, Mrs G
Knacgs. T F
Lorry. John I
w era a. Jr on
V intler. J K
Tour.g. Thos G
Lea, Miss Eilza
Parties Inquiring for Mters la the above list, are particu
larly requested to ASK IOR ADVERTISED LETTER!,
jail A. P. BRICKWOQP, P. M. O.
WHITIY & iiETSl
BEG TO ANNOUNCE THAT THEY HATE
In Connection with their Stationery and Bock-store.
HAVING SECURED THE SERVICES
MR. JOHWL. REES,
Who is well-known in this City as a
FH5T CLASS BINDER !
r-' sr W AonlLlent, tlat work intrusted lo our care,
r. V-- will be done in a
1VX ca XA. XA 3 r
tiaaai. ruisisci II u ti iLiisn
ArroastT Guik-il, toi rac Cuw.
Kaa:t4 jvt casmsat cs.
The KIa ra. Anak:e(- Frtortioo. Pta not ruiity. J.
XI. lsTtdki far defendant. Th jiry relumed a eenlict cf
guilty, oodc diecatnf . The Court ewitocd th- pn orr la
pay a fine of f IS. rorlaJic; costs acd to be imprisoned at La: J
latK ncul the wuae ia p!-
Th EUcg re. Poai fw.) Fo!oc;ny. The pnaoocr pea J sot
fAiXj. J. M. Daridaoa ftr deleodant. Tbe jury retaroed a
verdict cf Dot goiity, and the pnau&et as thereupon ci-s-charged.
Ta Eicg ts. Eioaeaeie. False peraocatioa. J. M. takl
scm fbr defendant. The prisoner pleaded g3il;y. and being
arraigned for judgment, the Cocrt in cootdenuia of her pre
Tioo good character a stated br th Rrr. Father Heimaca.
eeotenced the ptiaooer to pay a fine of Zi. iocladin.f therein
th coats of C&urt, aad tx kapriaosed at hard labor for ooe
Kaoibo (k ) rt. KaUtckapu. Appeal from decision of Chief
Josue Harris, sitting as a Court of Oahu. J. 8. Ka)aukoa
for plaintiff. S. F. Bickerton for defendant. By cocseci cf
ccuuael this go orrr to next term.
Kialo T. Kakiiha. Case dismissed, the p'.aiati?" coun
sel act beicg rady.
alien ji t.
8. V. Mahelwo Manuel Alexander. Appeal fiom Court
of Oahu, pfaintifl" rlaimirg $20, the value ot a pig .hot by
tbe drfendant. DeiWndaot plead the geceral iaue. The jury
returned a onaniaou verdict for the defendant. W. Sit
helcca in person, R. F. PickerUn for defendant.
Joseph Manuel ft. Keklpi. Assault and battery. Pamaf-i
claimed $1000. Plra Rsoeral iue. 8. B. Ile for th plain
tiff; R. F. Bickerum fur tbe defendant. The jary after a quar
ter f aa boar's af'se:ce n trne-J a Qaaa.uu.-us re rJict tot the
Aia ( ) ri. Kulimika (). I.ibrl f..r divorce on the ground
of desertion and adultery. A. S. Hartwcll f. r libellant. The
Court after hearing the evidence r ranted decree t-f divorce.
Keola (k.) ra. A hi. IJtvl for divorce on the eroond of de
sertion and adultery, liolokahikl for libellant. The evidence
was beard and the Court took time to consider.
Loloilii v. Srra. Libel f r dirorce on the froun.l cf deer
tiuo aid aJu:tery. Ce heard and submitted on the evidence.
Ji'-l..k;ihiki for .ieliaut.
W. Allen vs. Lcka. Libel f-MT divorte on th? prounj of de
sertion ai d adultery Mr. Hatch for libeliant. Ixcree of di
vorce framed upan the evidence adduced.
Ab Cham vs. Manini (w.) Li!el for divorce on the ground tf
desertion and adultery. J. L. Kaulukoa for libellsct. LVcree
of divorce granted upon the evidence adduced.
J. M. OAT A. C O.. SAIIMAKK.RS.
I.ave removet: their Li ft to tbe premises on Uueen
Street, oppoate Makee's Block, where thev will be
loond prepared to promptly execute all work in their line.
Tkey take this opportunity to return thanks for patronage
erjoved in the past, nj solicit a continuance of the same.
TO LET. "
r9-.UK I'KKMISES FOKM KUL1' O W.NED
1 and occupied by Geo. C. i iers, on Punchbcwl Street.
The bouse has been newly paii.ted and papered, and a new
kitchen and dining room added to it. Fine Stable and Car
riage llouw. Chicken House, Ac. For further particular,
enquire of J SO. 8. MeUKEW, M. 1).,
d'S 3t Hotel Street, between Fort and Alakea 5ts.
UKSIDLXCK Si n ABLE FOR A LARUE
family, situated withiu ten minutes walk of the Pout
OHice. To a good tenant, the rer.t will be very moderate.
my25 tf Apply to E. T. O'lIALLORAS.
flMlOSE PKK.MISES SITL'AT IN II1L.O.
m. opposite the Court House. uitable for a flrtt-class Hole I.
All in good order ami repair. Apply to
J. 11. CONEY. Honolulu,
nOtf or C. KlCIIARDsON, Ililo.
HUE HI ILIUXG AND IMPROVE-
ments, as it notr tamls, called the 3-Mile House,
at Moaiialua. The buildimr stands on leased land.
which has five years to run from this date. At expiration of
lease all improvements can be removed. A pood location.
Fcr particulars, enquire cf A.J. CART WRIGHT.
Honolulu, November Id, 1STS. nold 2m
MRS. AUG. STREI1L. BEGS TO INFORM
the public of Honolulu, that she has just received a lot
cfFKKdll BOLOGNA AND II AM SAUSAGES, which she
offers for sale cheaper than any other house in town. Call at
her Grocery Store, on Fort Street, opposite the residence of
Capt. Jacob Brown, and sec fur yourselves. ja lm
TERM OF MISS IIKXSSGEX'S
a. Day School will open on the 6(h
day of January. 187a.
All branches ol an ordiuary Enjlith Education will be taught.
Special Classes in Musc and German. Apply at No. 93 liere
tania Street, opposite the English Church. d23 4t
MELL1S. DRESS AND CLOAK
, hereby most resnecthilly informs her frierda
and patrons and the public generally, that she has removed
her plare'of business to the building corner of King and A la
kes Ktreeta, where she will tie (.leased to wait on her customer.
Mrs. Mellis would improve lhi opportunity to tender thanks
for patronage received in the pant, and solicit a continuance of
the fame. As heretol ire. she is still in communication with
her si.ter in New York 'Jity. from whom she receives the
Latest Styles and Palterni. d28 lm
rMlE CO-PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
at existing between Geo. Pope. F. T. Lenehan and J. T.
Chayter, under tha firm name and atyle of Pope, Lenehan A:
Co , at Laupahoelioe, Hawaii, is hereby dissolved from this
All debts of the late fittu will bo paid by the undersigned.
F. T. LKNKHA.V.
Honolulu. II I., January 3rd. 1879. jal 3t
AT THE ANNUAL. MEETING OF THE
x. llawaiUn Telegraph Company, held at Ilamakuapoko,
Maui, on the 12th day of December, 1873, the following named
lerjons were elected as officers for the coming year :
PreMdent C. H. Dickey,
Treasurer W. E. Rowell,
Secretary I.. A. Thurston.
d28 3t W.O. SMITH, Sec'y.
HIE UNDERSIGN ED HAVING BEEN Ap
pointed by Hon. C. C. I'arris, Chief Justice of tbe Su
preme court or the Hawaiian islands, administrators or tne
estate of John D. Watson, late cf Kaneohe, Koolanpoko. deceas
ed, hereby rive notice to all perrons having claims against the
said estate to present the same t them, properly authenticated,
within six months from the date hereof, or tbey will be forever
barred; and all persons who are sidebted to the said estate are
hereby requested to make immediate payment to them, and if
any one hits any of the said property in their hands, are re
quested to retarnthe same in our hands at Kaneohe, Koolaupo
ko, Oahu. OLIVA WATSON,
W. E. PII,
Adininit-lrators of the Estate of J. D. Watson, deceased.
Kaneohe. Dec. lS'.h. 1S78. d21 4t
EDWARD T. O'HALLORAN,
ATTORN E V AX D COUNSELO RAT LAW.
Ha from $200 to $10,000 to loan on Mortgage of Free
holds at lowest rates.
Agents (for special business osly) on New York, London,
Dublin. Bordeaux. Melbourne, Sydney. Brisbane ft Otago, N. Z.
OFFICES over Messrs. W.Mtiey dc Robertson's Bookstore,
Merchant Street, Honolulu. jai '79
D. T. HOUCHTAILINC,
GENERA L BLACKSMITH, BAY HORSE
PREMISES. Entranceon King and Hotel 8ta.
O Particular attention paid tc Horse Shoeing and Car
riage Work. ja '79
Announcement Extraordinary !
the macFoF sweets
IS PATRONIZED II Y THE ELITE OF THE
City of Honolulu. Tbe Proprietor has spared no pains to
make this place first-class in eveiy particular.
Elegantly furnished Parlors for ladies and gentlemen, com
' binir.g all the comforts of a gentleman's private home.
I Smoking and Reading Room fr Gentlemen.
The undersigned having assuncd the personal proprietorship
; and supervision of his
I PALACE OF SWEETS,
. take thl uethol of returning lis siocerest thanks to the
public oi" Honolu'u f..r their literal patronage and kind in-
! nulgence In the p.ist, and solicits aontinuance of tbe same in
Some time durinir the month of January I intend opening a
i Lunch Room a la Delnionico, where all tbe luxuries calcula
) ted to please the palate of an epknre can be obtained at all
; hours. TT Open Sundsvs.
CHAS. B. POOR,
Proprietor and Patentee of the Delicious Guava Ice Cream,
j.i4 No. 60 Hotel Street.
JUST RECEIVED !
Per Stmr. City of Sydney,
.1 .E1V LOT OF (HOKE TOBAftO!
Of the Celebrated - LorilhrJ'a Tin Tag " Plug
and Smoking Tobiccos. Also,
A FULL LINE OF VANITY FAIR SMOKING,
i la Paiers, Tin Boxe. Tin Foil and Jars.
J A LARGE VARIETY OF VANITY FAIR
AND OTHER CIGAR RETTES.
Genuine Havana Cigars !
' XT These Goods are all of the Bat Quality, and can't help
! but ple&se.
ja4 11 LUSTER A. CO.
Water Tight Boots,
it ivsnrs boot anoE nnoHF,
KING ST HE ET.
AlaT ELEGANT FIT
(X)MFORTC)3I HI NED.
Orders from the other IMnnJ pij w,iy executed. ( d7 tf
To the Planters and Fcrczsrn Eesidents.
Chinese Church Building Fund.
irOU XTARV srusCRlPTIO! ARK M-
LI CITED ia aid ;f Chnlan CLinca to purchase Uad
and buij a Cbarra ia lioncUiIu ta worship AlaigMy O si io
their owa lazgaage- The call for a Church coera rr ta them
selves. ret! arr invited. j be pi:d on or before the lOtk cf Janu
ary. lv0. vHfli w.tl be received by Mr. Josej b it. Aihrftori.
the Trea.arrr, Mr. Gookim, or Mr. A sea.
Fundi can alto t remitted to Bihcp k Co . BaaVers, M
account ct Chinese Church llciid'rg Fuo.1.
JOHN" TUJMAS WATtnilOl'tiE.
Jacnsry It. 1T3. d?i
STEAM "liim MILL !
OS THK EiPLASAtK.
Fresh Milled Rice for Sale
la Quantities ta Salt Parchaoers.
H ighest market price paid for paddy
J. A. IIOI'I'KR,
The Hawaiian Almanac and Annual
IS NOW ISSI EU. AXW CAN BE HAD IX
any Lumber desirtd; ackDor'ed);ed to te far ahead of ear
lier in quantity acd ijnal.ly of information, and is
A HAND-BOOK FOR EVERY ONE
desiring facts and f. euros
relating to these U!an.!.
THOS. O. THRTM. Publisher.
NO. CO IIOTF.L STREET
The Proprietor have spared no pains to make these Parlors
complete in every particular, combining both com fir l and
Polite and attentive waiter alsraj on hind to attend to
Having made permanent arranments with Mr. Leon Ie
Jean, the proprietor of the Parisian Restaurant, we are pre
pared to furoih to Balis, Parties, Families, Ac, Cakes of all
kinds, either plain or ornamented in the highest style of the
decorative art Jj Wedding Cakes a specialty.
Also in our line, we will supply Ice Creams, Ices, Sherlts,
4c-, of superior quality, on short notice.
Our dispensing counter for Aerated Beverage. Root Beers,
Ac, is supplied with the bet and healthiest drinks for this
Try our Sweet Fffervesoiiip Citrate f Magnesia, manufac
tured from the receipt of a celebrated physician.
We solicit the public patrouage. and will make our best
efforts to please. o26
C. C. COLEMAN,
BLACKSMITH AND MACHINIST.
ja4 KING STREET, NEAR FORT. '79
CJUPREME COURT OF THE
S3 ISLANDS, in tbe matter of the BANKRUPTCY
A I, of Wailuku, Island of Maul.
Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the Creditors who
have proved debts against tbe ESTATE OF C. AI,a Bankrupt,
to the amount of $100 or more, will be held at the Office of the
Clerk of the Supreme Court In Honolulu. ON TUESDAY, the
21st day of January, A. D. 1S79, at 10 o'clock, a. m., ror the
purpose of electing Assignees of the said Bankrupt's Estate,
pursuant to tbe Statute.
JNO. E. BARNARD.
Clerk of tie Supreme Court.
Honolulu, January 7lh, A. D. 1879. jail 2t
CUHREME COURT Ot
THE HAWAII AN
C? ISLAND?, in Probate.
in the matter of the ESTATE of
JOSEPH WEST, lately
before Mr. Justice Judd.
an insane person. At Chambers,
On reading aid filing the petition and accounts of John F.
Anderson, Guardian of the peraon and estate of JOSEPH
VVKST, wherein he aska to be allowed $471.39, and
chargeH himself with $112.00, and ask that the same
may be examined and approved, and that a final order may
be made ot distribution of the property remaining in his handa
to the aaid JOSEPH WEST, and discharging him and hia
sureties from all further resnonsibi uy as such Guardian.
It is ordered, that TUESDAY, the 28th day of January.
A.D. 1S79, at 10 o'clock, A. M.. before Ilia said Justice, at
Chambers, in the Court House, at Honolulu, be and the same
hereby is appointed as the time and place for hearing said pe
tition and accounts, and that all persons interested may then
ami there appear and show cause, if any they have, why the
same should not ta granted. And that this order,
in the English language, be published in the Pacific Covmer
cisl Advrbtiskk, a newspaper printed and published in
Honolulu, for three successive weeks previous to the time
therein appointed for said hearing.
Dated at Honolulu, II. I., this 7th day cf Jan. A. D. 1879.
A. FRANCIS JLDD,
Justice of the Supreme Court.
Attest: JON. E. BARNARD,
jail St Cl.ik of the Supreme Couit.
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage.
VOTICE IS HEREIIY GIVEN, THAT
li pursuant to a power of sale contained in a certain deed
of Mortgage, dated October 23d, 1875, made between Kahakai.
of the one part, and Stephen Spencer, of lha other part, and
recorded in Liber 43, on page 445 and 446, n the Registry
Office, Honolulu, to secure the payment of $100, in one year
from the date thereof, with interest, at the rate of fifteen per
cent, per annum. The undersigned intends to foreclose said
mortgage, and after the lime limited by law, to cause the mort
gaged property to be sold at Public Auction, In Honolulu for a
breach ol the conditions contained in said deed of mortgage.
Dated the 21st day of December, A. I. 1878.
ir. A. WIDEMANN,
Attorney in fact lor said Stephen Spencer.
K. F. Bickerton Att'y for said H. A. W idemann. dlil 3t
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage.
TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. THAT
.avl pursuant to a power of sale contained in a certain deed
of Mortgige, dated September ISih, 1875, made between Kaha
kai, of the one part, ami Stephen Spencer cf the other part
and recorded in Liber 44, on pages 41, 42, 43, in the Registry
OfHce, Honolulu, to recover the payment of $100, in one year
from the date i. -'reof. with intereat, at the rate of fifteen per
cent, per aut-um. The undersigned intends to foreclose aaid
mortgage, and afler the time limited by law, to cauae the
mortgaged property to be sold n'. Public Auction, in Honolulu,
lor a breach of the conditions contained in the said deed of
Dated this 21st day of December. A. D. 1878.
H. A. WIDEMANN.
A ttoruey in fact for said Stephen Spencer.
R. F. Bickerton, Att'y for said H. A. Wldemann. 121 3t
Notice of Foreclosure of Nortgage.
VOTICE'IS HEREBY GIVEN. THAT
Xw pursuant to a power of sale contained in a certain deed
of mortgage, dated October 11th, 1875, made between Kubi, k,
and Pali, w, of the one part, and Stephen Spencer, of tbe other
part, and recorded in Liber 43, on page 406, 407 and 408, In
tbe Registry OHice. Honolulu, to .ecu re the payment of $125.
in one year from the date thereof, with Intereat, at the rate of
fiiflecn per cent, per annum. The undersigned intend to fore
close said mortgage, and after the time limited by law, to
cause the mortgaged property to be sold at Public Auction, in
Honolulu, for a breach of the conditions contained in the aaid
deed of mortgage.
Dated this 21st day of December, A. D. 1S75.
H. A. WIDEMANN,
Attorney in fact for aail Stephen Spencer.
R. F. Bickerton, Att'y for said II. A. Widemann. d21 3t
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT
J. w pursuant to a power of sale contained in a certain deed
of Mortgage, dated September 27th, 1875. made between Kaohi,
w, and Kalaweaumoku, k, of the one part, and Stephen Spen
cer, of the other part, and recorded in Liber 44, on pagea 45.
46 and 47. in the Registry Office, Honolulu, to secure the pay
ment of $125, in one year after the date thereof, with interest,
at the rate of fifteen per ceDt. per annum. The undersigned
intends to foreclose said mortgage, and after the time limited
by law, to cause the mortgaged property to be sold at Pablie
Auction, in Honolulu, for a breach i the conditions contained
in the said deed of morfjraire.
Dated this 21st day of lecember, A. D. 1S78.
II. A. WIDEMANN,
Attorney in fact for said Stephen Spencer.
B. F. Bickerton, Att'y for raid II. A. W idemann. d2l St !
Notice cf Foreclosure of Mortgage. j
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN". THAT j
X pursuant to a jmwer of rale contained in a certain deed !
of Mortgage, dated October 25nt, 3S75, made between J. L.
Keanui, Iosepa Maluae Keaunui and Kanehaiku. w, of the one
part, and Stephen Spencer, of the other part, and recordel in
Liber 44, on pages 87, 83 and 89. in the Registry Office, !ono
lu!u. to secure the payment of $400, in two years from the date
thereof, with interest, at the rate cf firtcen per cent, per an
num. Tbe undersigned intends to foreclose said mortcage.and
after the time ltrnited by Uw, to cau-'e the mortgaged property
to be sold at pu'ilic Auction, in Honolulu. fr a breach of the
conditions contained in the said deed of mortgage.
Ua'.ed this 21tl day of December. A. D 1S7
H. A. WIDEMANN.
Attorney In fact for said Stephen Spencer.
R. F. Bickeri .n, Att'y for said II. A. Widemann. d21 St
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. THAT
L pursuat t to a power of sale contained in a certain deed
of mortgnge, ! i -d December 8th, 1876, made between Kimo
Kaai, cf the xue part, and Stephen Spencer, f tbe other part,
and recorded in Liber 49, on pages 135. 136 and 137, in the
Registry Office. Honolulu, to secure the payment of $500, in
Oiree years from the date thereof, with Interest, at the rate of
ten per cent. pr annum. The nndrsigned inlet.. Is to foreclose
said mortgage, and after the time limited by law, to caose the
mortraged property to he sold at Public Auction, in Honolulu,
for a breach of the conditions in the said deed of mortgage.
Dated this 21st day of December, A. D. 1S71-
H, A. WIDEMANN,
Attorney in fact for said Stephen Spencer.
R. F. Bick- r:on, Att'y f ir said H. A. Widemann. d21 3t
SUP REM E COURT OF THE HAWAIIAN
Islands. O lm,ss. Ootr Trm, A. I. lsli.
Kekuku w, LibciUnt, vs. II. Ksui k, Libellee. Libel for
In tbe above entitled Libel for Divorce, it is now ordered
that a decree of divorce from the bond of matrimony be entered
in favor of the ,id Kekuku w, fbr the cause of the adultery of
the said II. K i k, to be made absolute after the expiration of
six months fr. m the date of this decree, upon compliance with
the terms thereof, unless sufficient cause shall appear to the
And the libellant is ordered to publiah an attested copy ol j
this order in the Pacific ConnEinii Advertise and Ku-
okoa newspapers for six successive wteks; the first pub.ication j
to be within one '.nontU from the date of this order; that all :
persona interest -d m-, wimin six monio, snow cauae wny
a.i.1 decree sh' ultl no: be made absolute.
By the Court: A. K03, Deputy Clerk.
IUIed this 21 b day of Octotx-r, A. D. li7S.
Honolulu, ahii, as. I herehv .eiiiry that the f .r-iroing ia a
true and faithful copy of the wi.ionl decree f iio.re now on
file in the office o' the Sn(.reiii- i i.urt of the liaw. iUn Islands.
As wi'ness m, hand this IJ li day of November, A. U. 1878
d7 fit Drpuly clerk of. the ruprrln-- Court.
the AnniVAL oir- rrxrjn
ALICE REED" FROM
AMI CONSISTS IX I'AKT Ul l
)U.1(K, DOWNKIfS AM VM.CAX K K RIISKN K tl f s A Nll Tt UK THK
L HKsr AND M l.bir IN MAKKLT.
Amnskeag IV aim, BN-irlM-d Jt Vhldeaehed line C'tror.. Ijirgden, 1k at Pttki'i's lllt-arked A tnV.ierKd f loe Col loa,
Pepi-erlU 8-4. 10-4 and 11-4 Uleaohed and l"r.blraeh4-d lelit j, Auiutaraf, A. C. A , . and l. Ta-khifa,
S-urk Blue Priils, lW.vJ t'obleaihed hrttiuf, '
TheGEXUIXE PARIS PI.OW.at-d cheaper
lYr -d Sp:kra, 2 to 4 inch; ILirse Nails. 0 and 7i t'.dd
Hunt', Croman's and Boys Handled Ate,, Hum's aitd Data llaichns, all style and nasutri Carpenter' Plane,
Ames', lines'. Heed and Dew's Sb.rr! r.J .d.-. Lanes Plautrrs' II. auj first Heavy 61 lurk, fiat lev II.
Cue's W reochr. 6, S. 10, li. 15, 1$ and 21 ire!.; I aue Kuin ,. best quality; Trace Chains, T and Ptrap ID", tttik,
Carpentera Planes. Planter' Hoe, Ae, O-o, Pi k and Md Harulies, p.i llcUi I g(vr, I'niua rscakr. t'laiforas
Grindstone, from CO to ou pounds. trt quality; It rr C.: Kte, I. i-tagn an. I square, -, 1 and 1 1 lmh(
Sle.ra Parkin?. Asbesto and India R aider; 1I 11 f Pavkn f, l4tt Mela!. Ac.
Centrifugal Plates, M. 12 A 10 inch, Weston's,
HOUSE AND Ml" IE COLLARS. WOOD STIRRUPS. ETC.
Sajar (ru, (.reru IVk, foudena 9111k. MfMarra)'s t)trr, uue and t m psnstl; (ri Start k. If., lie.
-A- Wow CuuMlKumcnt of tlio
Celebrated Galv. Barbed Fence Wire I
I. - Plant, r and oll.era are now flndinr cut that a single wire even of this style in the:r Common Ire ec
makes a sure pr.Mrelin acaiii.t cattle.
A FEW PARLOR ORGANS, TO BE SOLD CHEAP!
A Few Chestnut Bed-room Sets, comploto;
Blake's Steam, Irriraling Vacuum Pumps. 1 e n h; C. tfee lluller A Separator, Just the thing far the CuCee Planter.
PALACE OIL, PALACE OIL, PALACE KEBI OIL !
12T Ana prouounoea Ij lr. Stangt-nwalJ A VE11V Fl'I'l'KIOIl AKTICLE, ar.J the Safest Pprol
men ot Kerosene Oil tbat Ins been sent to liim fcr Examination. " Flarblne Tft, '-).'2 V.i am! llurninr,
145 4 P.
For Sale by CASTLE k COOKE.
Direct froTn JSTcxrv "'SToi'Xjl,
A SPLENDID STOCK OF NEW GOODS,
Bought at Bottom " Prices, and Imported at nn EXTREMELY LOW rate of Freight, which vil mall aa ta
SELL GOODS STILL LOWER THAN EVER BEFORE.
EAGL E 3?L O W ST
Telegraph Plows, Steel Plows.
Plow Points, Plow Bolts, Plow Beams and Handles, Steel Coulters, llames, Trace Chains,
Double and single Whifllutrees, Ox Yokes, Ox Bows, all sixes; l.eel Jacks, Shovels, spaile, Crowbar, Manure Porka, ; ,
Trash Forks, Hay Forks, Spading Forks, Steel, Iron and Wooden Kakes,
Patent Rotary Harrows, Hinge Harrows, with steel and Iron teeth; Planter.' Hoes, asatd. sixes; Garden Dior, aasul. aiset;
Crub Hoes, anst.1. sites; Rice floes, asatd. siies; Pick Axes, astd. sixes; Pick Mattocks, Ax Mattocks, (los, asld. alsc;
Hush Hooks, Grindstones and Fixtures, Wheelbarrows, Canal Barrows, Hay Cutters, Portable Forces, B arksmltl.s Beth.ws
Hlack.mit'is'CPKIfJHTand Horizontal Self Feeding Drills, Hieven.' Patent riwivel and Fixed Vises, llowitrd's Patent Via,
Blacksmith Patent Chain Vises, Tuyer Irons, C. 8. Handled Sledge., Stone rummers, SI a son.' Hammers, Drill Hammers,
Handled Axes. Hatchets, asstd.; Cane Hatchets, Ax Handles, Pick Handles, Sledge Handles, Planter.' Hoe Handle,
Oo Handles, Hake Handles, Adze Han lies, Hatchet Handler, (
COUNTER PLATFORM SCALES, TO WEIGH 240 POUNDS
Platform Scales, to weigh from 400 to 1000 pound Platform Pcales, Prop Lever, to aeljh fr Ttn 1200 to leltOO pounds;
DouglaSK ?umps, lifting and force, iron and brass. The Largest and Bent Assortment EVER fioVred for sale In this market.
Patent Pulleys, with endless chain, asstd. sixes, to hoist 2, 3 and 4 Ions escb. with one man N,wer. JuaL what Is needed In
every Sugar Mill. Two of these hoists were Imported Ti) OKPKK.
Bell Bottom Jack Screws, asstd. sixes; Hinges, all kinds and sixes; Bulla, lorks. Screws. Jack. Cut Nalla, Col pikes.
Boat Nails, Boat Rivet, Sand, Flint and Emery Paier, Plane., CarrlNge, Tire and Murl.lnr Bolt., Nuts and Washers,
Carriage Springs, Steel Axles, half patent; Iron Axles, half patent; Horse Nalla, Horse K x-s, U sal.- Klus, "
Store Trucks, as.t-1. si.e; Hingham Buckets, Sauce Pans, tA'ash Boards. Spring Clothes Plus, f lo...l,,g Vrays, '
Churcoal Irons, Ratan, Vanl and Stable Brooms, Olue, ...
Downers Kerosene Oil, Devoe's Kerosene Oil. Vulcan Kerosene Oil,
TURPENTINE. MANILA CO It DAG E.-MH A 10 HAVi:
A LFIIME. STOCK of SHELF H ARB WARE
CT We wish to call special attention to
received ex W
II. DEITZ, rrom New York and Sao Francisco, together with a general assortment of Uoods In our line, eon
fi Mechanica' Tools, Paints, Varnishes, Brushes, Step Ladders, Corn Brooms, Water Ccnlera and Plllsrrt
OW PRICED; REFRIG EH ATORS, THE BEST K NO WN Fish Globes, UubberiUoM.J 4; 4 ptf '
sisting in part of
Etone Filters, LOW
" PERFECTION " LAWN SPRINKLERS, ONLY $1.50 EACH..
FOR CHRISTMAS, .1 MEllll X ;,allTl.T OF PIATEII GOODS!
THE BEST I X L Pocke t Cutlery, Scissors & flazors, ,
OT And Useful Articles, too numerous to mention. Can be had AT REASONABLE PH1CF.C, AT TH E N K W
BRICK I1UILDING, NO. a? FORT STREET.
I)ILLINrGI-IA.M: Sc CO.
FTER MANY MONTHS OP BITTER STRUGGLE.' WE HAVE SUCCEEDED IW1
Paris. London. New York, Philadelphia, Auctions & Sheriff Sales. .
i , '
Bankkrupt Merclianls, Public Administration and Assignee Fales, tbe Choicest Assortment of La lei dtyi lo '
FANCY AND CEKMTS FURFJISHirJG GOODS
T list I Una F.rrr I! re is Landed In ibe KlngsUits ril A WA1I I ,
AND AS FOR
The Latest Styles of Gent. Linen Collars, only 20 cents;
While Shirts, Extra Fine Linen Bosoms and Cull. $1 ;
French Cambric Mrtp, latest pattern, fei cents;
Fancy Plaid Over-shirts, only $1.00;
Fancy Cher ot r'liirts. 75 ceuu;
OUR GENTS FURNISHING GOODS STOCK CAN'T BE BEAT
HOSIERY ! HOSIERY ! ! HOSIERY I ! f
A Foil Line of Every Description, in Fancy, Plain and Silk Ball.rtgran; Cashmere, Merino ami Cotton Hosiery for ' i
Ladies, Gentlemen and Children AT LOWEST PRICES!
EMBROIDERIES rrom 6 cents up.
We intended foopen a month ago, but a Fine Line of French Embroideries and Valencienne Lace wonld hare teen Deflect ad
thereby, the Company therefore decided to wait for the tf amer Eoa,JlTa,Xl,Zl.i.4T, j .
You will be Surprised An Elegant Assortment of French Edgings and INSERTIONS
THE LATEST NOVELTIES OF FRENCH AND GERMAN LACES X !
Best White Pique., only lacents. worth douh'e: P.e.t Turki-h Towels, S7J cent., worth doub; Berlin ZetJ.tr Worsted allrolora
We also oBr our Dct Kaatern Corsets. Three and four Bitton Kid tiloves, Parasols, Lace Ties ,
Rufflings and Silk Ties at Big Bargains, New Zephyr Sliswla, New Sleeveless Jackets. ' ' , .
Children's White Snits and Ladies' Underwear, yvt IjOWOlHt Flgliroa 2 ' .'
High Priced Stores will be Displeased, but the PEOPLE, PEOPLE, will be Rejoiced !
HOLIDAY GOODS. HOLIDAY GOODS I
Plain and Fancy Cardt.oirds and Mottoes, Best Herman Cologne, Hair Oil, In great variety.
I These Goods Open for Sale at
THIS DAY, SATURDAY, DEC. 7!h,
AT THE CALIFORNIA ONE PRICE BAZAAR!
a. h. BAiLrr. c. a. colcobu.
WAILUKU POI FACTORY.
fPHE UNDERSIGNED ARE PREPARED
J. 10 fL'R.N tell PAI AI of a gujierior Uualiry for Planta
tion, Ship and Export L'sa.
Orders left with ns will 1 filled with dispatch, and the Pa'
Ai made and packed, so as to ensure good keepin?. from
thorough knowledge cf the business, and superior f icititses f.r
manufacturing Pai Ai, we guarantee to put up the Best Pal Ai
made. Cu.-tme rs can d.-pend on a regular supply and prompt
IiAIl.tV .V COLCiiRD.
Wailuku. Mv-i, November lj.h. ti. nil
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
IIE FIRM F WEST1C1I4I TKRw..
dissolved by rr-niT.t entered into between the lurl.
nr on Ihe 3d day f i.'rioh-T. ult., the ili.'dnt.on to dt
ai.d have efTect from the 1st of Octolr. A. D. ISTi. OlDEoN
W EST will continue the l.uines. I,ert af;er in hi. own name,
and for b. sole interrt. It is mutually agreed ihat all sains
duetbe late fl.ni. shall l.e .1 to ,'KON WIST, shu
a-umes a I liabilities ..f the ririn of WEST A- t'HAVTI'K.
, J. WEST.
co2lf J T. CHAVIER.
A Fine Addition to their Steele cf
AL MERCHANDISE !
AND PACIFIC PRINTS!
than crer; Cut Nad.. .VI todOJi Cat "pike. , '
!'rer 1 Nut and Waiber., Machine Bwlia,
sod t lawat t
ON THE WAY.
STOCK OF LAMPS AND CH A NDlf.L! Ell, just
Xctc York, Vhihulriphut,
OvernPa. leather finish, 75 eenta; . j
Men'a Socks, a full line, only 121 cents;
Jents Merino Underwear, etra good, tii eenti;
Finn rilk Necktie ami Bows, only 24 cants;
Uenis Uuen Hi ts and Caps, fr.Jiu 121 cents up,
Unprecedently Low Prices I
FISIIEL. Proprietor.. US Fori ireet.
NEW EASTF.nX.Iiril.T txma.;
heeled Ox Cart of very superior make; last th cart
for plantation use.
wij j. uitKWEK h CO.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. ;
'MIE UNDERSIGNED IlAVINCi UK EN
" PP01"";'. o" he 1-Jib Inst.. Admini.tr.to, of the estate
ol Cliarles H Luomb. lateof W,ak. Maul, deeeaaed heieby
give notice to all persons having claims agnlMt th aaid eslst
to present the ' ,uie to him property authenticated within six
months from .-date hereof, orllirywlil b forever barred;
and all iraam- ho are indebted to said estate ar hrrrti re-
., - - iuKui.ic Mjiiieiii 10 aim.
. , , . A- Ll fCOMB, ,
f7tKt)M A X D IFFER THIS DATE I IIAVk'
duly roi.stliuted and ap' luted Mr II J aONEW my
lawful attorney In fact tocarry ou and suriii(rud all ltraarltes '
In my bu-ine. i of t'arri.ge M.ktt g and UlQckMiiltl.it..
ionoiu:u nor ii, 11, s (uWtfl o WIt