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P. YL S. S. Co.' lime Table for 1879.
TROM UOyOLVlC TO .SAX FKAXCISCIK
Amr, Jttmdnf. M Lif. M-nrliy.
Cttt or 5iwTiu,... Jsn. Msy II- 1-
ZsaLasdu Feb. IT. Jane . Ke t. 2-..
CTTT or Srt)5CT. Mr. IT. Jnly 7. Ort. 27.
C "THALIA... Apr. II. i Aajt. 4. Ntt. -jl.
TKO.V WiSOLVLV TO AVCKLAXP. dr.
Stramrr. JrVwKfcy. M-xtday. Mtminy.
ActmuUA Jsn. 77. i Mr e.t. .
Crnor.Niv Tou, .. Feb. 31. I June It. C. t. f..
Zslalasdia Mar. 51. July 11. Not. 3.
ClTTorPTDSt Apr. 21. i An. 11. Lec. 1.
c o ivx zvi z: R C Z A z. .
r RID AT, MAY 7. KJ.
Bulvu for the wrk fcM continaetl quiet and without
any outward alga of atir or bustle, tnonjrh we do ift hear
any complaint of lis condition cf trade. Tbe Tartou
arrlrals of lat have stocked cur market with large aup
plls cf ail commodities, and it 1 not therefor a matter
cf surprUs at extra effort being pnt forth to place or
work off certain line of goods, especially any cf a perish
able nature, as is noticeaMe in tlie trade dealing in Coat
produce and Chinese ffootl.
Mr. C P. Adam held trade lale of Chiueae grol
day of recent Importations Vit Messrs. Chilian k Co., at
whii'h a fair qnantity wmt S4,0uQ or 3,0r worth is
disposed of at remunerative priree. bat the grade nJ
ariety was In marked contrast with former tale of tbU
class. Tbs damp weather doubtless ha-1 the effect too of
caoalng a rather alira attendance. Among the arrival
thin week we note that of the bark Louis, from Bremen.
With food to Mmr. Hfe'kfrld k Co., and two mor Tea
sels from China with freight and psnter.
The departures for the week embrace tbe Hera and A.
P. Jordan, fur Ran FmnrUco. both with cargoes cf dom
eatie prudiu'e, valued at iJt&.M, and the Jan. Chest.. n.
1 balla.it for Paget Sound. JThe MatUe Ma- l'Sj sailed
far Portland to-day with cargo valued at tZ3,.Wi.
The weather has been peculiar tbe put week, epe ial
ly for aprinir in the trr.pica ; yet the rain la frit to W
welcome, and it I to be hoped that it ha been a gener
cum in Its vlait at Can. Hawaii, as It ha been here In the
metropolis and appears to be throughout this Inland.
Our sister port nf Kahnlal has commenced direct tryT
tatiuat of sngsr, eU- to the Ban Francisco market by ves
sels bringing supplies. In this connection we have to
note Itery that has been banded in as to the reaiu.n
why sugar U ahlpped by tbe P. M. H. S. Co. boat
Instead of by sailing vessels, when the latter do it f r
11M per l and the former charge This In a nut
for shippers to crack. Aa for ns to solve the 'juration,
ws most confess to finding bnt one point in favor cf
steam, and that Is quick transit to market, though anxsrs
are not perishable to that extent that so many sailing
vessels should lie hers Idle ao long and see the freight
they require given to the steam line in preference, with
och disparity in freight, and therefore we fret inclined
to think there most be some other raose.
ARK IV A I.
April S9 Uer bark Loaite, Meyer. 1T1 days from Bremen
May 1 Uer bark 11dm?, Votqaaiiscn. frcm Wham pea,
April M Ass schr Americas Girl, Backus, for Ban Francisco
, an Aaa k Crusader. Means, f it Boy si Boads
'29 As tera A P J on lan. Crack, fee Man Francisco
30 A a ten tiers, Muosen. fr gaa Francisco
May 3 4a bk Jas Cbeston. Cwsnton, f r Port Gamble
S Uaw k Mail Mscleay, pope, for Portland. U
ILOXC TUE UHlRi IX.
JThe Am bktna I A Falklnborg Is at the Old Cuti
( bonss) wharf. We hear she will sail soon for Portland, O.
The Ad bktne Mlfnon. from Hongkong with Chinese
goods. Is dischsrglng at Brewer k Co.'s wharf ; also at
the same wharf, the Am bktne Ell is loading for Kan
Francisco. She will sail abont Tuesday or Wed:.eeday
f The tn,j looked for German bark Lonise has arrived at
last, 171 darn from Bremen. She Is discharging her cargo
tl Allen k Robinson's wharf.
The Am bgtne Hesperian, at the ExpUnade, opposite
the Cnstom-hoose, has discharged all her cargo, and will
sail en Tuesday or Wednesday next for Humboldt.
The Ad bark Forest Queen, at tbe Old Steamship
wharf, has her cargo all out with the exception of few
thousand bricks, which ahe will have ont In two or three
The Germaa bark Alster. at the Esplanade, will have
her cargo ont la all this month.
The German bark Helena has hauled in at tbe Kteam.
boat v.'barf to discharge her cargo of Chinese goods.
The Jenny Pitts has taken the berth at tbe Esplanade
vacated by the Jas Chen ton. and will discharge her cargo
The Am bktne Eureka is taking In cargo at the Steam
ship wharf. She will sail to-morrow for Kan Francisco.
The Am bk Jas Chen ton sailed yesterday for Port Gam
ble, having stopped the leak, and Is now ss tight as a
bottle so says the captain.
Our next mall from San Francisco msy be looked for on
either the W H Meyer or Lady Lampoon In all next week.
VssmIs far flawalala fwma t'erejga leria
Aaa bk UerlaeJJJ. Keweaetle. X S W.
ta bk Lallan Maokft, saw, eue May 15-20
Am Morro Castle. Hew York.dne Msy 2&-31
Haw ertne Storm Bird. South ea Itlands. over due
SrU shin Otsniffer, Liverpool, doe Msy 20-23
Brit b Oovenby, Glasgow, due July 6-10
Aa ship Gov Ooodwin, Glasgow
Asa bkus Catherine 8od'.ea. ewcastle, XW
Brtt bk licomy Petrel, Glasgow, loading March 20
Brtt ship Rarenaeraig. Liverpool, due Aug 1-S
Aaa achr Booama, Ban Francisco
Aa tpal schr Xustsoe, Baa Francnco
Am agtae Joaepblne. Borrard's Inlet
Haw bk surprise, Meveastle. N 8 W, loading Msrch 27
Aaa bk Camden, Port Gamble, due
Am ship Gea Butler. Newcastle, NSW
Am tpel schr W U Meyer, Han FrancUco, loading April 13
Am bktne Victor. Port Gamble, due
Am stair City of New Tork. Sydney, da May 12
Hrll iimr Aus trail. Baa Francisco, due Si -7 13
B fit bk Lady Lampeon, San Francisco, laid on April 15
Haw bg tae Violet, Booth Sea lalands, due June 1-4
VESSELS IN PORT.
Am hftae Morning Star, Bray
Am bkrne Eureka, Nordberg
Oerbk Alster. BoU
Frew k bk Alphoasine Zeli-?, Lebeanpla
Am bktne J A FaJkinburr. Hubbarl
m bk Jenny Pitta, Sicvert
Am bktne Ella, brown
Am bgtne Hesperian, Winding
Aa bk Forest Qnra. KiUut
Am skip Bnoert IHxon. Oigood, anchored oul!de
Am bktne Mlgnea, Boole
Ger bk Louise, Meyer
tier bk Uelrne, Votquardsen
w a & Lass as vasnsaa.
Uaw brig Onward
- . Frea Hongkong, per Mignoo. April 2320 Chinese.
J'oe Aaa Francisca, per American Girt, Apr 26 D Lambert,
for nan Francisco, per A P Jordsn, Aprd 23 tl R Brown.
from aremea, per Looise, April 30 C M'armbold and wife,
J .rreisl, C Bpe'lner wife and child.
'rom Whaapoa. CbJna, per bk Helene. May lieo Chinese
mt Jls and 3 aales
From Eahnlul. per Jtilauea Hon. May 3 W O Smith. J
Board man, M B Harvey, Messrs J ritx and McLean, and
boot t deck.
From Bremen, per Lonise, April 30 300 bbU beer, XH
rases brandy. l-i) rases gin. 1SI baskets gin. SO csks mm.
Sin pkgs Iron. 3U bdls wire. 20 m fire bricks, 214 tons
st asm coal. 1 Hi pkgs hardware. . VI drama oil, 3tn bbls
cement. 271 bales of paper, lrt.il bonse tiles, 42 ranks alco
hol. rj cases woolen and cotton goods, til bdls galvan
ized pipe, 24H casks and barrels, 1J3 bales of bags, and
21 HO pkgs general mdse.
From Wharapoa, China, per Holene, May 1 ievi chests
tea. 10 cases oysters. S rases ahell-fixb. 67 bags beans, 10
cases salted e.'g, and 7SO pkgs Chinese mdite.
From Hongkong, per Mignon. April 2rV Cargo Chinese
For Pan Francisco, per A P Jordan. April 2 W3 pkjrs
ngar, 200 bags rice. Value, domestic, $.'7,84 J.3T.
For Saa Francisco, per Her. Aprfl 29 5C14 pkgs sugar.
7i3 ba;s rice, 100 bche bananas. Value, dom, a),471.31.
t For Portland. O. per Mattle Macleay. April 2-J ?X&
'pkgs sugar. 163 bags coffee, 71 pkgs tuolanaes. Value,
Ia Hoootam, on the 26th April, to tbe wife of Bobert Cation,
' Senates Rostarsoa In this city, April 23. 1379. at St.
AndrewsCathedrsL by Rev. Alev. Mackintoah, F A gCHft ires.
Be Consul fcr Italy, to Mia Elisssstbt. eldest daughter of
Lbs lata Judge Geo. M. Robertson, ol this city. No cards.
Haaats Tirraar Ia this city. May 1st, at the residence
sTCoL W. F. Allen, by His LorJabip the Btahop of Honolulu,
assisted by the Rev. Mr. Mackintosh, the Honorable CotKLCa
Morris Uaaais, Chief Justice and Chancellor of the Kinr
torn, to Kllss Fbssssd!! Tirrasr. daughter of Ilia Excel
eacy Elisha II. Allen, ex-Chief Justice and Chancellor, and
Bawaiiaa Minister Resident in the L'nited States.
' Losdot, April 2. DavlJ Mclver, one of tbe pro
prietors of tbe Canard line and a member of Parlia
nest, writee that he does not know of any nation
bos trade prospects are so gloom u those of
Ireat Britain. British exports to tbe United States
m comparative! nothing ia volume or value, tbe
aiance of trade is so overwbelminglv against Great
3ritio. He sees nothing except ruin in ber home
edostr'es, whether xninufactaring or agricultural,
t the present state cf things is allowed to continue.
Hi export trade from Liverpool to tbe United States
0 so small that when restrictions on tbe importation
f United States cattle are removed it is intended to
oak outward voyage with water-ballast only, ahip
WBers being unwilling to cramble for the little oat
rari freight recently carried as ballast at nominal
alts. Tbe Xis points out that despite tbe ac
wnalatioo of this deficit, tbe country really has
wen paying: it way. a it has, while tbe deficit was
cetamolating, and devoted more than three million
on ads annually to tbe redaction of the debt. It
eprecates, under the circumstances, any increase in
axAtiou merely to pay tbe debt ; or, if such must
Imposed, it would recommend an additional
euoy of inoome tax instead of distributing trade by
a increase of indirect taxation.
-! (Commercial SUucrttscr
Noti.-e i hereby given that all comniunicationa if
t-n!. J f-r Li:lne- with the Adtektise Psnrrio
ETABU.-HMr.T. iEot be adilresaed to the undersigned.
Snbocrilera whose enbecri ftloc s are due for the
Ar.vitT:! a. ar- respectfullr requertedto sttle the same
without further notice.
SnWnUer will please remeu-ber. that when subecrip.
ti on are i aid for in advance, the price Is only Frvr
DoLisas a Trsn. J. H. BLACK.
Honolulu, Jsn. lnh. .i. 1'uUUher and frnjiritt'r.
SATURDAY. MA Y 3.
OtT of t? e sixteen foreign Tesacls in j-ort last
Sunday twrlve d-sjlajed tLe American flag,
being either regular traders or lumber TteU
I'ljing between California and Oregon and these
ielandj. These with their lading", represented
a value of ah al a half a million of dollars. One
of the straws indicating a commencement of tie
benefits to American commerce resulting from the
Reciprocity Treaty. Statistics from American
Consuls all over the world, show that Hawaii is
the only country where American commerce is
Extension of Government Water Works.
f The new rcscrtoir being constructed at Makiki
Is progressing with good dispatch, and the Minis
ter of the Interior expects to have that as well as
the new one in Nuuanu completed by the latter
part of July, and the oj-cning of the new works
may be expcteJ about the middle of August,
provided the necessary piping shall arrive in the
meantime J The Lalla liookh, which is due from
(I'hiegow in all June, has 200 tons of piping lor
tlie Jovcrnmcnt, and the Dovenby, which left
about March 1, has the remainder. It is ex
pcted that the two reservoirs will be completed
and the piping by the first-named vessel all laid
by the time the Doveily arrives. The pipes
from the Makiki reservoir connecting with the
present water works, will be laid Erst, next those
from the Xuuanu reservoir, and lastly the pipe
to Waikiki. The new Nuuanu reservoir will be
in front of the valley residence of the Dowager
Queen Emma, at an elevation above the sea level
or 353 feet. That at Makiki is 152 feet above
the sea, and 124 feet above Berelar.ia street.
The following memorandum of heights above the
sea level of different points on the Xuuanu road,
as furnished by Government survey, will be of
Top of prewnt reservoir
I.ane above Mr. Iavies residence...
Mr. J. H. 1-aty's e-ate
Mr. P. A. Hrhaeler's gate
Airricnltnral Garden Kate
Qneen Fmina'a gate
liride above Queen Fuin.a's
Mr. J. II. Wood's turn-off
(iate to llillebrand'a former cow-pen....
Itltf Bridge "''
Veranda floor lialf-way house MH
Near 5-mile stone 10H
Station top of Fall road l-Hfl
United States Standard Foreign Coins.
We are indebted to the courtesy of Col. W. F.
Allen, Collector General of Customs, for the fol
lowing Table of the rates at which foreign gold
and silver coins arc by law to be received in the
United States. As our standard is made by
statute to conform to that of the United States,
this Table will prove of value to our merchants
and business men.
Monetary t'nit aud
in i . a.
Bnt. Foshcs. In N. A.
'Franc Gold and silver
Iiollar ... . Gold and ailver
Milreisof HAM rets. .Gold
t J .3
I. htates of t'olombii
Pound of 1UO planters. Gold
Franc Gold and Silver!
'Pound sterling Gold
Irarhma..Gold and silver
Rupee of 16 annas. ..Silver
Lira Gold and silver
Florin Gold and silver
Milreisof KXjO reis...Gold
fltonble of 100 copecks..Sil.
' Peseta of 10U centiuies-G a S
Franc Gold and silver
'Mahbub of 'JO piaters..Sil
, Peso Silver
Hnt. Ptxtxes. in N. A
I. States of Colombii
. H pulden or 20 francs, gold S3.85.S9.
.'S. 10, and 20 francs.
lEscndo. y. bolivar and bolivar.
rw .11. -
i Condor, doubloon, and escn.l.i.
10 and 20 crowns.
5. 10, 23, and SO piasters.
5. 10. and 20 francs.
H sovereign and eovereiRU.
10, 20. So. and 100 drachmas.
'.". 10. and 20 marks.
1, 2. 5, 10 and 20 yen.
., io, 20, SO. and IK) lire.
'p. so or dollar. 5, 10, 25. and 5o ren
I Florin, ten culdens Kold. (H 01.9.)
J 10 and 20 crowns.
2. 5. and 10 milreU.
M, and 1 rouble.
.1. 10. 20. SO. and 100 peseta.
1 10 and 20 crowns.
s, 10, and 20 francs.
25, 50, 100, 2.V), and COO piasters.
Ever since the time when foreign settlers
in the Fiji Islands began to devote their attention
to the cultivation and manufacture of sugar for
which those Islands are well adapted both in soil
and climate the main reliance for labor has been
on the inhabitants of other Polynesian groups.
In the early history of the " labor trade " there
is no doubt that many abuses were perpetrated
by the unscrupulous men who were engaged in
it, but the vigorous measures adopted by British
war vessels cruising in the Pacific long since put
a stop to those abuses, and the business of pro
curing Polynesians to labor in Fiji and Queens
land has for some years past been regularly and
systematically carried on in British vessels sail
ing under license from the Colonial authorities.
So fir as the Colony of Queensland is concerned,
there appears to bave been no difficulties thrown
in the way of the business by the authorities,
and as a general thing the Polynesians seem to
bave given satisfaction as laborers. But tbe
Colony of Fiji has Sir Arthur Gordon for Gover
nor, whose bobby is the introduction of East
Indian coolies, and who docs all in bis power to
discourage the employment of Polynesians.
" From the first," says the Melbourne Austral
asian,1 Sir Arthur Gordon, probably owing to
bis Mauritius and West Indian antecedents, has
shown a marked predilection for this class of
labor (East Indian Coolies) and has openly ad
vocated its adoption." And it appears that the
question of advisability will soon be decided by
actual experiment, as we learn from Calcutta
that a vessel has been chartered to convey to Fiji
the first shipment probably some 400 or 500 in
Says the Australasian of March 5, on the sub
ject of labor in Fiji :
" As manuil labor in a climate like Fiji must be
performed by men of tropical race, and as the Gov
ernment Lave never given much countenance to tbe
general employment of tbe native population, for
fear they may be coerced into an involuntary ser
vitude," tbe planters were forced to seek another
source from which their pressing wants could be
supplied at a reasonable cost. It is at present quite
impossible to say whether they have succeeded. The
initial expenses attending tbe introduction of coolies
are heavy, and the system is one which works beat
on a Urge cctle, as in British Guiana and Trinidad.
Bat the Fiji authorities rrofees to "have satisfied
then-selvcs that in tbe long run Iodian labor is
cheaper tbsn Polynesian, even if tbe Utter could be
: dnend.l nru.n to continue sufficient. A comparison
that was made some months ago showed that the
Indian would cost nearly 3 per annum more than
" tbe Polynesian immigrant at tbe then existing rate
of wages for tbe latter, tut that if tbe wages of the
Polynesian were raised to 6. as in Queenslanda
contingency tbe planters dreaded the Indian would
cost tbe same aa tbe Polynesian. There is very little
doubt that Indian coolies will be found more indus
trious and intelligent servants than their dark
skinned brothers of the Pacific, and it is important
to notice that they will frequently remain long after
their term of industrial residence has expired, f
they are well treated. The experiment will be
watched with interest."
TVe very decidedly question the statement that
Indian coolies will be found moro industrious
and intelligent servants than their dark-skinned
brothers of the Pacific." According to Mr.
Home's report at a public meeting last March,
80,000 East Indians in Mauritius produce 120,
000 tons of sugar a year. This is at the rate of
a ton and a half per man, whereas in these
Islands we are accuetomed to obtain about four
times that product per man, and that man a
Polynesian. Will any one acquainted with the
different races contend for one moment that as a
man the coolie is superior to the Hawaiian, the
Tahitian, the Rarotongan, tbe New Zoalander, or
most of the races of Polynesia ?
As a result of the agitation in regard to former
abuses in the labor traffic in the South Seas, the
British Parliament, from a praiseworthy motive,
passed an act entitled " The Polynesian Island
ers' Protection Act." Sir Arthur Gordon holds
the appointment of High Commissioner for
Western Polynesia. " Juet what are his pre
rogatives under the Act we are not informed, as
we have never seen it in print ; but ho appears
to hare almost absolute authority as Governor of
a Crown Colony, and may and does prevent ves
sels under the Lritibh flag from clearing at Fiji
in queet of labor for foreign countries. Our own
experience is a case in point. Some months
perhaps a year ago a respectable mercantile
firm at Livuka,"Fiji, wrote to tbe Hawaiian
Minister of the Interior, stating that they had
had experience in procuring Polynesian laborers,
and having properly fitted vessels for the busi
ness they proposed to enter into an engagement
with this Government to bring any number for a
stipulated sum per man. Tbe proposition was
favorably entertained by this Government, and
an understanding was effected with the Livuka
firm, under certain precautionary rules and
regulations as to tbe mode of procuring the im
migrants, prescribed by this Government, and
which were such as would meet the approval of
the ui06t jealous advocate of the rights of man.
But after a long delay, our Government was in
formed by the Fiji firm that Governor Sir Arthur
Gordon bad refused to allow them a permit or
license to engage Polynesian laborers for the
The principal and influential planters of Fiji
bave formed an Agricultural Association, which
meets periodically at Livuka, the capital, for the
purpose of protecting their own interests and
securing the advantages of combination in assert
ing their rights. The Association baa formally
protested against many of the acts of Sir Arthur
Gordon regarding the importation of Polynesian
labor, and the obstructions to tbe bueiness which
be has caused ia order to substitute the importa
tion of East Indian coolies. This policy he has
continued ever since bis installation, some three
years ogo, and now we hear of the chartering of
the first vessel for coolies to Fiji. His jurisdic
tion however does not extend to New South
Wales, or other colonies, and vessels may be
cleared from those places for labor, subject only
to the regulations imposed by Act of Parliament.
This Government has as much right to engage
Polynesians to come here as laborers or immi
grants as that of any other nation. There are
thousands of islands in this ocean densely popu
lated with a race almost identical in their
I physical characteristics with the Hawaiian. Our
uujctb Miuui'j ue to civilize as wen as to utilize
the Polynesians, thus advancing the interests of
humanity. This duty is imposed upon us by our
situation and by our civilisation, and is rendered
feasible by our climate, soil and productions.
The ability is also ours, if we have but the will,
to dischargo this evident duty to ourselves and
IOO BBLS. POTATOES
RROM Pl'GET SOUND.
For Sale by
II. HACK FKLI) tf CO.
A Cargo or
Just Arrived por Louise
FOE SALE BY
H. HACKFELD & CO.
jfe &s 3a
,At IKapiolani IPaxvk
OX WT.DXESIUY. MAY 14, 1879.
Trotting Race, to Harness,
Mile Ileats ; best 2 in 3,
S. Magnin enters b g "BLACK PRINCE,'
H. J. Agnrw enters bm " BABY.''
Admission to the Cronnds, 50 Oats.
Notice to Planters.
J. T. CHAYTER
6 TO 12 MULE CARTS FOR SALE,
At $100 each.
Ox Carli-, Iron Axle, (140.
Dump W irons (Kohala pattrro), $270.
Alan, one Liht Gooseneck Dray,
One Open Eugjy and one Trotting Sulky. my3 lin
Contractor and -Builder,
ESPLANADE, Honolulu, H. I.
Manufactures all kinJs of
Hoardings Bratkfts, Window Franifs, Sabrs, Doors
Blinds and all kinds of Woodwork fiaMi.
TUJ2SIXO AND SCROLL SAW! AO.
All kioda of
Planing and Sawing,
Morticing and Tenanting.
ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED,
and Work Guaranteed.
Onlf r from tbe other Islanda solicited.
Honolulu, hit? 2, 1ST.
fHE CNDF.RSIGNED HAVING BEES
M appointed administrator of the Katate of H KKA
HOLSTE1N, deceased, and roardian of tbe minor children,
reqaeau all pnons having c'.eims sgaiost said estate to pre
sent tbem without delay ; and those indebted to the same 13
make immediate settlement.
P5 61 T. A. SCHAEFEB.
Wanted by a Gentlemen.
t SITUATION- AS BOOK-KEEPER tlTII
.v er in town or on a plantatcn. Has bad kc( experience
and is a food French and tienian scholar. Excellent reUr-
Ad 1ms A. S. O.. Advertiser Office.
rflHE UNDERSIGNED ARK AUTHORIZED
Jl by power of attorney to repsrsect Mr. James Campbell
of nonoioln. Kanaka and Honcalaii during his absence from
tbe Hawaiian Kingdom.
J. C. GLADE,
Dated this 18:U day of Aptil. 1S.'9. ap 19 at
WISHING TO FENCE IN Ml LAND IN
Palolo and Manoa Valley. '. hereby request ail osmeri
of lands adjoining mine, in eilbtr ralley, to call upon me in
reference to the same.
aplSlm CH.3. LONG, 5 Merchant St.
ri'HE ANNUAL. MEETING sf ibe Slack-
E holders of the Hoookia Sugsr Company will be held on
Thursday the 8th instint, at 10 o'clock a.m., at he office of
V. A. Schaefer & Co.
my3 It HEINBICn BENJE3, Secretary.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
riMIG FIRM OF FRIEL. k. BUSH IS THIS
M. day dissolved by mutual consent, Edward B. Friel retir
ing Irom said firm. A. W. Buh will continue the business
hereafter in his individual name, for bis own account. All
d-bts due the lale firm will be paid to A. W. Bu;h, who as
sumes all liabilities of said firm.
E. B. FRIKI.,
A. W. BLSH.
Honolulu. April 19th, ap!9 lm
rgMIK CO - PARTNERSHIP Heretofore
Jl existing between the undersigned under the firm of
ED. UOFFSinLAEGER 4. Co.,
bai this day been dissolved by mutual consect. AH ending
atTain will be attended to by our successors.
F. R. BANNING,
Ilonolu u, Msy lit, 1ST9.
The undersigned will continue the Importing and Commis
sit n business under the name and style ol
ED. IIOFFSCHL.AEGER Si. Co.
P. R. BANNING.
Honolulu, May l.-.t. 1S79. my3 4t
WE BEG LEAVE TO INFORM THE
public th&t we bave several
Tracts of Land suitable for Cane Culture,
in the Ilamakua District of Hawaii, situate between the lands
of Waipio and Kaholalele, along the Ilamakua Coast, which
are well known to be the most prolific in Bugar Cane of any
lands on tbe Hawaiian Islands, yielding from
FOLR TO SIX TONS PER ACRE,
with very indifferent cultivation.
We also wiah to inform the public who are In want of
Working Oxen and Horses,
for use on the lands ia the district, that there is an unlimited
supply for beef and dralt, together with many other facilities
available that cannot be described in a short newspaper ad
vertisement. J PARKKK,
p.S. All particulara regarding terms of leasehold, purchase
of lands cattle, horses, aud all necessary information will be
freely furnished by MR. SAMUEL PARKER, at Kawaihae,
W aimea, Paauban, Mana, or at any of hia places ol business
in the districts of Ilamakua or S. Kohala, Hawaii. my3 Sm
AT A MEETING OF THE Stockholders
of the Waimanalo Sugar Company, held on tbe 30th
nlto , the following were chosen aa Officers of the Company
for the ensuing year, namely :
Thomas Ccmmins President.
Ales. J. Caetw right Treasurer
Fbask S. Pbitt Secretary.
Cicil Enow Auditor.
j iny3 3t
STRAYED OR STOLEN.
A BAY HORSE, BRAND n and P
with cut on neck lefc aide. The finder will be
suitably rewarded by returning same to
U. W. CLARK & EON,
TO LET OR LEASE.
FOR A TERM OF YEARS, THE COT
TAGE known as tbe Vineyard. There is a large yard,
covered with fruit and ornamental trees. Abo, government
water laid on. Tbe lot is sitnated about five minutes walk
from the PostofBce. Inquire of '
my3 It E. S. CCNIIA.
AT KALI H I Chicken Ranch,
Thoroughbred Berkshire Pigs, of tbe
Crown Prince, Bohiee and Sambo families,
nw n-ttdy lor use and for sale :
1 Berkshire Boar, 10 months old, $12.
I Berkshire Boar, 12 months old, $42.
Both of these pigs were awarded the Silver Cup at tbe Sac
ramento State Fair by the Committee on Swine.
Price of Berkshire Pigs, $20 to $100 each,
according; tt number, age and condition, being abont one half
the price chirged in the Eastern States for thoroughbred
Parlies wishing pigs can leave orders now, as 15 litters will
come in in July and August next. Address,
my3 A. HERBERT, Hawaiian Tlotel.
BAR GA INS.
All the Stock now on hand
Corner of Fort and Merchant Streets,
Is being Closed Out at Reduced Prices !
J.T. WATER E30USE
JUST RECEIVED !
xrsr la. r f Store,
A VARIED ASSORTMENT OF
JS3JE11M iSQ!3S !
Ex Rrceul Arrivals..
AT KII ST. STORE
Will now be f. urnl, a lull line in
Ac., Ac, all of which have teen
Directly Imported to Special Order.
AT FORT ST. STORE
U II.L RE FOIXU,
ItlEW GOOBS !
l V W I J Ms W -sw aBlwiBss J
An Infection or ulilth Is Respectfully Solicited. !
OREGON ASH LUMBER !
For sEtio o:tx.Et;E
SIZES OX HAM):
2000 Feet 1 Inch,
4000 Feet 3 Inch,
10.000 Feet 4 Inch,
2000 Feet 44 Inch.
CASTLE i COOKK.
WHOSE PREMISES SITt'ATE IV H1LO.
Jl opposite tbe Court House, suitable for a nrst-claas UoteL
All in good order and rej-air. Arplyta
J. H. CONST. Honolulu,
feS T9 or C. RICHARDSON. Milo.
FOR SALE OR RENT,
T1IIE STORE KXOIV.N AS TUE THREE
MILK HOCSK, at Moanalus, on this Island. Tha above
may be Rented for Six Months. It has all tbe improvements
requisite for carrying on a good store. ArT'T to
apl2 2m A. J- CARTVTRIQnT.
Ex Alphonsie Zelie, Ella, Forest Queen
and J. A. Falkinburg.
4 00 Bales California Oat and Whest Hay;
1 7 Tons Timothy, good for " Jersey cowsi "
U Tons Bran, G Tons Oau.
.A. GOOD ARTICLE.
mj3 3m' ForSaieby A. W. PEIRCE fc CO.
Programme, June I I 1879.
Committee of Management nu Ex. John O. Dominis,
Franklyn S. Pratt, Esq , Allen Herbert, Esq.
Tbbasl-kkr asd Secbktabt Henry J. Agnew, Esq.
"Jl dces Ad. MaUhard, C. W. Wilder, J. S. lemon.
Timers W. D. Clark, M. Eckart.
Clbbk or Corass TV. R Buchanan.
Starter J. T. Chayter.
Distance James I. Dowsett, jr.
CLbbk or Scales A. W. Bush.
IIonokarv Committee Their Excellencies 8. G. Wilder,
J. M. Kspena, K. Preston, S. Kaai. A. J. Cart Wright, Ksq.,
F. Spencer, isq., F. Banning, Esq., M. Mclnerny, Esq., J.
Perry, Ksq , Col. W. f. Allen, J . A. llassenger, Esq , J. Mot
in, Esq, lions. C. B. Bishop, A. S. Cleghorn, H. A.Wide
niann, J. I. Dowsett, II. N. Kahanu, Godfrey Rhodes. J. M.
Davidson, Esq., Capt T. Spencer, Chas. Long, Ksq , M. Pico,
Esq., Dr. O. S. Cummings, O. W. Macfarlane, Esq , Samuel
M. Damon, Esq., E. T. O'ilalloran, Esq., Samuel Parker, Esq.,
F. A. Schaefer, Esq., Dr. T. P. Tisdale, O. Afong, Esq., 11.
Macfarlane, Esq., W. G. Irwin, Esq., II. L. Sheldon, Esq.,
Col Z. 6. Epaulding. Cecil Brown, Esq., B. t. Bolles, Esq., A.
Jaeger. Esq., J. C. Glade, Esq., Jamea Campbell, Esq., Hy.
Cornwell, Esq., J. Moanauli, Esq., Henry Turton. Esq., John
Cummins, Esq., Gen J. S. Walker, T. C. McDowell, Esq., G.
West, Esq., C. T. Gulick, Esq., R. F. Bickerton, Esq., James
Makee, Esq., Dr. F. II. Enders, Col Claus Spreckles, J. II.
Paty, Esq., M. P. Robinson, Esq., Dr. John S. McGrew, Capt
John Ross, J. II. Black, Esq., II. Schmidt, Esq., A.
Mc Wayne, Esq., Dr. F. E. Ilutchinson.
Kamehameha Purse, $200.
Trotting Race, to harness ; free to all horses ; mile
heat ; best 2 in 3. Entrance $15. Second horse to
aave his stakes.
Queen's Purse, $100.
Running Horses j free o all t one mile dash; catch
weights. Entrance $15. Second horse to aave stakes.
Foot Race, $35.
Open to all pedestrians; 400 yards; three or more to
enter. $25 to tbe first, $10 to the second. Entrance $1.
Mechanics' Purse, $100.
Trotting Race, to harness ; for all horses bred in the
Kingdom ; mile heats ; best 2 in 3. Entrance $5. Second
to save, stakes.
The Honolulu Cup, $250. .
(Presented by Mr. M. Mclnerny) value $50. with $200
added. Running Race ; open to all horses ; 2 mile dash.
Horses 3 years old, to carry 05 lbs.; 4 years, 105 lbs.; 6
years, 116 lbs.; 6 years and aged, 120 lbs. Entrance $10.
Seoond horse to save stakes.
King's Purse, $200.
Trotting Race, for double teams to wagon ; free to all
horses that have not trotted in the Kamehameha Purse.
2 mile dash. Entrance $15. Second horse to save stakes.
Mule Race, $50.
Running Race ; Iree to all mules ; mile dash ; catch
weights. Entronce $5. Second mule to save stakes.
Public Purse, $50.
II nek Race ; one mile dash ; open to all horses that have
not run in previous races oi the day, or that have not
won a prize In any public race. Entrance $2. Second
horse to save stakes.
All Eiders to appear In Jockey Costume.
The Rules of the " Notional Association " of the American
Trotting Turf will govern the Judges in their decisions In
cases of disputes.
Entries for the above Races must be made In writing, ac
companied with entrance fee, names of horses, owners, and
colors of riders. Entries to be lodged with the Secretary be
fore 2 P.M. on June 2nd, 1879, after which time no entry
will be received.
my3 s U. J. AGNEW, Secretary.
No. G6 Fart Street,
M. & N. PIANOS.
No. CO Kurt Si reel,
M. & II. ORGANS.
No. CS Fort Sireel,
" WHEELER & WILSON."
No. fSO Fort Si reel,
PERFECT TYPE WRITERS,
ALARM MONEY DRAWERS,
A MORE RECENT LOT OF
LATE BOOKS, etc.,
AT THUS. G. TUUIM'S Fort Street Stare.
A Masque of Poets No Name. Series.
Xellj's Silver Mine, by U. II.
The Story of a Dad Boy, by T. B. AMiicli.
Jean Ingelow's Poems, complete;
Bryant's Poetns, complete;
Bryant's Poetical Works,
Goethe and Schiller, by Boyesen,
Recollections cf Writers, by Mary an l Cbis. Cow
As It May Happen, by Trebor.
Common Sense in Business, by FreeJley;
Home Comforts, or Things Worth Knowing, by
Memoir of Kht. Chambers, by Wm. Chambers;
Flowers, thf ir origin, &., by J. E. Taylor;
The School Boy, by O. W. Holmes;
Prince Deukniion, by Bayard Taylor;
Parks and G trdens of Paris, by W. Robinson;
Pleasant Spots Around Oxford, by Alfred Rimmer;
Art and Artists of Connecticut, by H. W. French;
The Ceramic Art, by Jennie J. Young.
Tbe Bohemiin, by Chas. de Kay;
Chambers' Information for the People, 2 vols.
Tbe Works of Chas Lamb, 5 vols.
Social Etiquette of New York ;
The Beacons&eld Cartoons, from Punch, cloth and
Base Ball Cuide Books for 1879
Base Balls and Rats, New ScTsp Pictures, Pupelei le,
Birthday Cards, Floral Passeianouts k Mats,
Frames, CaskeU'sCompendiums of Elegant WrMug.
4c, a-c, dec. my3
ft as iy eow
I Tilt: I'XDKRMCNKl), HEKKRV In
fnnn the public that I nave
Store above T. H. Davies,
where I will be able to keep a 1-arge Slock of
Flie Solid Gold and Funnelled Jewelry, Solid
SllTf r and Plat ed-w are, IMamands,
Cold and Silver Watches, (laths, Knloi Jeweirj
Spectacles, &c, .c.
Diamond Setting a Specialty.
1 bave made arraiigernent Willi Mr. K. Weller,
practical watchmaker, ho will ork In the satre store
with me, and warrant that all Watches, Clocks and Chro
nometers, b-ft for him to repair, will be done in a satis
iNTew Watches and Clocks
Warranted fur Two Years.
Having resided on this Island for many years, I am confldent Ihst I am ..asbl.-.l to alif" ... ..! ....
.he inlet nf the most fastidious.
Orders from the Country carefully -t oiaclod to.
Thankful fur past farors received, I hope, by paying strict
(rust in mc sun luriurr
MAX ECKART, Manufacturing weier
r.s.-uememtter: mat i ouiy keep ime unite bruuams auu portUnf4 DaB.s, t, the
valaeofeolored, speckled or dipped diamonds Is decreaslnf;, while ' stone are iU oily heldlit
ihelr own ant adTandng ! Talae. f " m 8m
RECEIVED PER MAB10N
DARREIN AX1 HALF BARRELS OF
BARRELS ANI IIALV BARRELS OF
Barrels and Half Barrels of PITT LAKE
Salmon Trout !
CARRELS OF COUHANS J
ALL CF WHICH WILL BE
Sold at Very Low Rates !
ap2C3m E. C. McCAN PLESS.
J 1ST RECEIVED PER FA1K1NBURG,
BARRELS AND HALF RARRIX3
FOR SALE LOW, BV
ap26 3m E. C. MfCAXULESSi
The Cargoes of the Clipper Ships
A N IJ
Now on the way to this Port,
li-oni XyVG OW,
Consisting of a
Large and Varied Assortment of
GENERAL MERCHANDISE !
WILL BE OFFERED
For Sale to Arrive
At Very LOW KATES. For particulars enquire of
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
AGfJEflLE & UR BAN'S
13 XJ G 1 A 1?
FIRE - PltOOF S1FES !
MR. C. O. BERGER,
The Special Agent for these Cele
brated Safes, arrived from San Francisco
by the last Steamer, and is now prepared
to receive orders or furnish estimates for
Vaults and all descriptions of BURGLAR
and FIRE-PROOF SAFES ! Office with
the Local Agents,
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
riMI: I'NDKRSIKNKD IS NOW I'llK.
A PARKD to fill Orilers for Single Hpeviiuens or Complete
Setts cf Hawaiian FTns, unmcunlPil, on short notirc v
PrUe 10 CDts Eafh, or $10.00 for tiir S11 or 1
Tbe Specimens are bt-sulifully preM'rvnl, n tan.inK ili. ir nat
ural green, and moat of the variriira have a portinn of tl root.
Orders tmtt Mailine Mati lorlude PaalMge.
"s thos. o. tnitrM-
Ala. i J
w fJ it
attention to my butin.
', lo be able to keep Ihe condilence
atand of D. N. FlitnerX,'
tahumann Street, Honolulu. U. I.
XK? .1IATTIXO !
Best iiFnrttjJattiiig, )
both rolorrd and aMSj,
JUST RECEIVED FROM . H0aj,q .
By the Brig M10N0N. Also, a small Insotrea
Very Fine Tea, Camphor Trunin,
Best Quality In this Market, f 10 , elc. For Pale by
Corner of King and Nuuanu Rtreets.
WOT. WKIVIVKK & CO.,
WOl'LII MOST RESPECTFHM.V INfOaH
the people of Honolulu and the Islsnds generally, I hat
they not only manufacture any snd
All Kinds of Jewelry,
HI T IMPORT
FROM EASTERN MANUFACTORIES !
Finest SOLID JEWELRY,
Finesl Gorham Silver Ware I
AND AIXORADF.H OF
'WfUtlifiiii. AVxLtVlio I
I-irrri fioui the Fat lory, und which will bs sold at small
advance over Ihe c .st pritv, and GUARANTEED.
THEY HAVE SECURED THE SERVICES
FIRST CLASS WATCH MAKER !
and will guarantee the Repairing and Cleaning of
all Watches left to their rare.
Engraving Executed in any Style
AND IN TIIK BEST MANNER.
We would taVe this opportunity lo return thanks for past
patronsge, snd solicit a continuance of the same.
Orders from the other islands solicited, which still rrcelr
careful attention when directed to our care.
WM. WENNER & CO.,
Fort Etiret, opposite Odd Fellows' Hall.
P. O. Box No. 28,
IIAVK UF.KN APPOINTED
SOLE AGE1TW f
At ihe Oawaiian Islands, for (he sale of
Messrs, Deutz & Gcldermann's
CELEBRATED CACHET J! LA NO
.Vow ntkDOwlrdgrd to be tli LE1DIXG KRAD
thronglioDt Europe and the I nltrd Stiten,
and wlilth commands the IIICI1KST
' PRICE ore r all other Champagne,
In forrigo or home market.
For Sale in Bond or Duty Paid.
A I.SO, Ad'KNT.I FOR
G. M. PABESTMANN. S0HN MAYENCE
Hock Wines I
iNcixuiNa the Celebrated
KONIGIN VICTORIA BERG I
The IllWIf ST I UICi: HOCK knonn to the
Trade. We' invite the attention of
(onnolsfcnrs to these STOICTLY
FIRST CLASS WIXES.
ALSO, TO IIVTsTlD !
BITTER MINERAL WATERS
With Certificates ol (heir Analyaia.
Gr. Ar. Macfarlane & Co.
The Genuine Article,
Ex Crusader.from Hongkong Direct
A FEW Tllni'N.4I)s IMTT IT IV IIfTa
of IOO. 200 and 5)t, JCST LANDED lurf
'"jajgtjr BULLtS k CO.
FOR SALET "
I6XL ':XV KASTKKX-BlTllr FOI R.
fV,i.!t r" l C'rt, f V"y '"P""" "ske, uH Ihe cart
f .rplantationu.e. (Jal2) CBREWEK CO.
PEU STAIR CITV OF NEW YORK. A
fine lui and 1.. flrJ rate eoud.tion For ssle t.
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J. N0TT & Co.
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