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rRiD.tr. mat a. isr.
Ine iL tra!a arlace no disposition to rtanjra f rum the
It nation reported Lut wtt, Doflthtan.itnn the rxtra
snmbrf of f i.fiTi arrlsala. all of which brutisht fron
STUjllsf Tarlooa kiixl of tutn Un.U, hli b, with
fw xrsptirna. serin to coiae to an alrra-1 5 wII auj
market. Tn aaatUaI state cf tha- weatlr the carl
lH of th w k. wuh rain quit uluUr-lik, may bate
ht nnwthlntr to do with th slrutfUh nature of tragic,
bat It U a blesard boon fr the a?rt-iil torsi and paatursl
Ialntr1e of the IlanU that tLtae raina are eittole-l t-
ar far aIoc in. or toward th tnmm'r rairth.
The principal Vpe forth wrk has ben labor from
tha tkrata lies lalajxts, for whUh tba SU.rtu Bird will b
refitted as earl; aa poaatbl. The schooner XtlUe Merrill
goaa down ahortly. with the authority of the Board of
ImmJgratioa. for laborers, fur and on account cf the
riosar Mill. Negotiation, we learn, are pending toward
eharterfog the German bark Lonia to proceed also for
"app'T. so as to meet the deficiency so keenly felt la the
xpanaloa of planting Interests, and it moat be source
cf gratification to the Board that it efforte to aapply thia
want, will Unl to the double porpoae of giving ne the
nedM labor and a people that will commingle with our
Advice by the Australia from Han Francisco on Men
day laat are to the 12th Inrt. and are aim oat wholly taken
p with diacnulona anon the new Constitution fur Call
foraia. which p. by a majority of about 10,000, con
trary to the majority of the Fres. and btlicTed to be
against the b-t inUreaU of the State. It effect, for
some time to come, will lie very damairing to trade, and
bow far we of the Hawaiian Lalanda will be affected
thervly La a question of interest nt yet decidable.
The Market quotation of our Island produce does not
how any material change, unlesa we may mention the
firmness held for rate quoted, rit:
Hcoas.-The demand 1 equal to the aupply, recent
aale to th extent of 'J.fxjO pigs being quoted at from
t(ii rent for rarloua grade.
RlTKOwing to the heavy supplies of China, thia
commodity haa fallen tofor mixed to 6'i IiitNo.l,
whirh doubtlea i the canxe of 10O,mjO lb being Import
ed by the Iriaeovery. Hawaiian table la acarce anil
wanted at V cent per Jti. and jobbiDg at a a Lade
Ointi-This article, through free arrival from Cen
tral America, with an overstock, ha compelled im
porters to look to the East for relief, prices being quot
able at 14H'1 cent.
This state of tLe market ha held for some time past
and ha discouraged our exporting the same ; prices here
bare consequently dropped that even households receive
th benefit in a reduced price for the fresh roasted and
While foreign arrival with free Import have been
large for the week the exports have been light, though
the departure, probably to-morrow, of the Forest Qneen
wfll no doubt show s fair week's work.
" Our next arrival from the Coast will be Wilder it Co'a
new steamer Lehus for the Xauai route, now due, to be
I followed shortly by the H W Almy and Foster it Co'a
new steamer Iris, now in San Francisco receiving ma-
chlnery. These two steamers will be valuable additions
to onr coasting Beet,
1L0JC THE TTITIRTES.
The Am Missionary Farket Morning Star is at TibbeU
Jc ftcreusoa's Wharf fitting, and taking ia stores for
Mtcroeesla. she expect to sail about June 1st.
Tha Haw bgtne Rtona Bird 1 at Tibbtta It Sorenson's
Wharf repairing and fitting for another voyage to the
westward for more laborers.
The Haw bk Kalaksus 1 at Brewer At Co's Wharf, dis
charging general cargo from San Franciaco. abe will
bsad agaia for the same port with dispatch and expect to
sail on or about Saturday next.
The British bk Lady Ln.pon Is also at Brewer k Co'a
Wharf discharging a general cargo from Kan Francisco,
and will sail for San Franciaco about Saturday next.
The Ant bgtne Josephine is discharging cargo of
1 amber at the esplanade opposite the Custom House.
At the Old Steamship Wharf the British bk Lalla
Rookh, la discharging machinery, Ac, from Eumpev
At the foot of Fort street the Jim bktoe Discovery 1
dl charging a general cargo from Saa Francisco, she
brought quite lot of live stork 73 "kickers' and 4 horses.
Fh will load with dispatch for Saa Franciaco.
At the Steamship Wharf the Ana bk Forest Queen has .
completed her cargo, sad will sail at noon to-day for Sanf
Also at the sams wharf the German bk Louise Is dis
The Hawaiian steamer Lehus may be looked for if
morrow from Baa Franciaco, we quote the following
from the S 7 Daily Alt of May 8th. "Length, 130 fet;
b era. 5 feet; def th. S feet; she Is built of the best nax
terial. oak and pine; has a hardwood stern and stem
pi-at, copper and galvanised Iron faatettinga. She regisA
tars about 300 ton. She has compound surface con
densing engines, cylinders 13 and 30 inches, 30 inches
stroke. Outer length of shaft covered with yellow-metal,
sod a yellow-metal four-bladed screw. She has one
bcller, fl feet Inches by 8 feet full, fastened, and work
of the beat quality. She is to be commanded by Capt
Bcy, and Is intended for the Hawaiian iLler-island
trad. She was built to order for Wilder k Co, of Hono
lulu." pout or xxo2Jox.ux.Tj. 11. x.
Mi ! Ass ertae Jcaephioe,0flUI,3l dja ss Ba.rTn
IS Ana bklne Discovery, Fuller, 16 dsys from Can
II Ilasr bk Kalakaoa, Jenls, IS day. from San Fran
lk Brit bk Lad7 Lampson, Marsioo, IS daya from Saa
19 T M 8 8 Australia, Ctri.ni. from Saa Francisco
31 Asa schr Booansa Miller, from Waianae, Oaba
XI Ass Ship Sea Bailer, Ryder, "9 dejs from New
24 Btmr Ellauea Hon, Sears, from Kahulul, Maul
17 Am bk Camden, Sobinaon, fur Port Gamble
17 tier bk Abler. Bolt, for Apia
19 Am bktoe Mignon, Sonie. for PortTowoamd
20 P M8S Australia, Carf ill, for fydoey
Si Raiatea cchr Vivid, English, for Fanning's Island
Veesvel fr IIowolwIsi froca Fereigai Hsrii.
Haw Staar Lehaa for Wilder A Co. San Francisco, due May 25
Asa bk ttanbaldi, Newcastle, N 8 V.
Aa bk Morrs Castle. New York, doe Stay 25-31
Beit shir taleaiffer, Liverpool, dee Slay
BrUkk Dovenby, Ulasgow.do July S-10
A ship Gov Udodwia , Glasgow
A at bkjiesCaUtcrlne Euddeo. Newcastle, S 8 W
Brit bk etoraiy Iretrel, Glasgow
. Brit snip RaveBeeraig, Liverpool, doe Asg 1-5
Aa Ipsi schr JCustaee, Saa Francisco, loading May 13
liaw bk Surprise, Newcastle. N 8 W, loading March 27
Haw bfto V.4et. Sonth Sea Island, due Jane 1-4
Ab schr D 8 WUliassa, aa Francisco, for B llo. Bailed UJ 10
Am bk H W Alay, Saa Franciaco. loading May 12
La star Iris, Baa Fraa, far Foster At Co, da. Jane 5-10
Is ache La Otroode, Kureka, due June 1-4
Aa bfetae Amelia, Port Blakeley
fcrit star Zealand!, Sydney, doe June 9
Aa star City of New York, Saa Francisco, due June IS
'. Am bk O C Marrsy, Ban franctoeo, due Jane 5-10
1 Aa .hip Republic, Hongkong, dae Jane 10-15
VK3SELS IN PORT.
An bgtne Morning Star, Bray
Aa bk Forest Qsera. Wallace
4rr bk Louise, Mayer
llsw b;tae (Worm Bird. Jackson
fcit bk Lsl'.a Rooks, Header
A a beta JdoephmtH Osilvi
A n k toe Discovery, V alter
Haw bk Kalakaoa, Jenka
kr.l bk Lady Laapsoe, Marstoa
Aa srbr Boaaoxa, Miller
Aa ship Gen Butler, Hyder
t Eeport of Haw bk Kalakaoa. Jenks. Master. Left Saa
Fraaciac May 3d at 1 p m. Had moderate W and 'W
w1ad ueUI we took the trades, la 1st 29 , long 130 3.
Is 1st 23 3 50. long 10 25' saw a very Urje school cf
sperm whales, going slowly to the SSW. Arrived May
1-t b. maklag the psaaage la IS day.
, Iteport of Aa bktne Discovery, Fuller. Master. Left
, ? an Franciaco May 2nd at T.10 a m. The first two dsys
Dnt very strong 5W wind, hsd to rua the ship to the S to
arse ta Bamlss) tsoa betas; waabed verboard. aa ah was
rery besvlly loaded, drawing 17ft aft and ISft 9ia for-B-anL
After this It moderated and had very light airs
.he aext three days; then we got the trades light sad kept
u lacreaaing. bat afterward decreased again to very
.Igkt trade, which lasted to port. At p m. Msy 17th.
sw K point of Maul, bearing SSW, distance 25 miles; at
t a m passed Z point of Molokai.
Report of the R M S S Australia, Carglll. Commander.
-Uiachargsd pilot on Golden Gate at 1.50 p aa of the 12th
Baa Francisco time) ; fresh breeze sad hazy weather; at
Farallona Island bora SW. Light unsteady winds
revsiled ap to the 17th. Experienced hesvy shower on
set date, sad a coutiauaac of nnatesdy wind and cloudy
eathar up to 19th. Waa boarded by pilot off Honolulu
.s0 P m of I9th Inst, and came alongside wharf at 10.30
m suns date.
Saa Faacu-a. Arrived April 21 Am bktne IHscove
1. benca Msr 3t; Am blne Nsntilns. hence April S- T
at B 8 Asatralia. hence April ls: 2 Haw bk Kalakaua.
eac April : May Am bk II W Almy. hence April lo-
BoU vis u ach John Bright, hence April 10.
I'-Ttrx. Arrired May 1 Am bktne Monitor, hence
Poa-r Oiu.-Arrived April V Am bk Atalanta. from
llo, HI; May 5 Am bktne Jo Perkins, hence April 16.
Tloroata. B C Arrived May H B M 8 Triumph,
nc April 14; H B M 8 Opal, hence April 14.
Cai 1,10, In port April 10 Peruvian ah Elvira Dovale,
ace Sept 2J, 137.
TocoaassA. Arrived Msv 2 Am sch C M Ward, hence
a ; April 30 P M 8 8 Alaska, hence April 1.
from Saa Frsnci co Per Murray. May 141374 pks
b so H Hackfeld A Co. 4J do do to Castle A Cooke, 25
t do to A i Cartwrlght. 4 ra books to Whitney A Hubert
' u 10 r"" tadse to U West, 51 do do to Macfarlane k Co.
. do do Brown It Co. 375 do do to Order. 2JO do do to Sing
sag Jc Co, 294 do do to E P Adam. 513 do do to Bolle
to. 24 do do to Wing Wo Ting Co, 39 do do to Allen
rbert. 43 do do and 54 mules to O W Macfarlane A Co.
kirs drags to D K McEibbln. 1510 do mdse to H Msy It
43 do do to Laina k Co. 70 do woodwork to J C Glade,
l do mdse, 12 mules. 4 horses to J T Wsterhouse, 5 bbls
ster to J H htyle. 34 pkrs mdse to J Nott k Co. 219 do
sa Thoo H Davlea, 2SU9 ft lumber to Lewers k Lickson.
boots to M Mclnerny, 191 pkgs mdse to E O Hsll k
K 7 do do to F A bV-haefer k Co, 10O bbls lime snd K3
s-1 to Wilder k Co. auCO posU and 18tf m ahinglra to
rkBoblnon. 211 pkgs mdse to a Winger, 2 pkga to o
strong k Co. ,
rom Burrard's Inlet Per Josephine. Msy 19 221,497
imher, consigned to T H Dsvlrs.
rijB new vaauw, 1 q 1, , m , m j --
' , 1 tons steam coal. I
From San Francisco Per Lady T arepaoo. May 1 I
engine and boiler, a machinery. 7H pks hardware, C
boiler ptatr. X' t iiw Ktsi-t powder. '"r. J "
canned ir.x-ls. s ft rutlc rofuMlnl. 15W do retwooa.
IS bl.U Uiue. 5J LLU J laxter. sks chsrcoal. 60 oxa can
dles. 3 rm presws. 1 bl-l ink. 1 ewm nischinea, -s
musical ln.lnimrDU. n7 .ta tobacco, f.b bales hay. V7
sks Krmln. bis .p. 2-Ji' windows, d.inrs and sahes.
IA cu lrr gU. it d isr. 17 do chin goods and lXti
cs ml rllinnti'.
From San frnrlro prr Kalakaua. May 13 217 sr
bariware an ! f-trniture. I.'si bxs s-ap, do candles, ao
cs and 4 1M li'jnors. k grstn. S Uonr, 7 do
wheat. 'M do lsii.oJdo pr.1atoes.414 pes pipe. J0 bales
hay. : t s atii-! tf kU, 17 bbls su:ar, jffi do lime, i3o m
shingle aoi J7 pk miscellaneous.
Frr.m Sn I"rn-ico Per piacoverr. May 14 Miss
Flora Wood. Miss Msod Kelly. lr I H Bundsy. M Frsys.
Mr (ireen. ilenry hmith. Jaiue Meredith. Tboe Mc
Caaley. Arza E Warrenn, Frank Flynn. PC Justice and
From Pen Frarlco Per Ealakana. May 19 Wm
Cnger. H Hibbsrd. Mr C ii Ialay and child. Mrs Keed
ham and 2 chlirn, 3 Chinese.
From San Francisco Per LaJy Lampson. Msy ID J E
Wsrd. Wm Iunn. E Barkwille. J Btephenaon. W B Inrin,
Alice Mann. C S Mcinfi, Alex Mann, and 44 Chinese.
- From Ran Francisco Per Auetrslia. Msy 19 Albert
'Rock. Kev E P lc in, Mrs Oale. i Lake. Mrs MrOmnis
and infant; W S Wall. Mrs C Uansman. Mrs Smith, lr i
K Huiltb. Mis Hannah Hooper. B HaTmansen. Mrs i H
Black. PW Williams, H N Castle. Hi MrUtnnis, A H
Stennina. Mrs C Bums, Mr. Waterbouse and 3 sons. Miss
Kicr, h 11 Buae wife and child. Mra It W Horsburgh, 'Si
Europeans and M Chinese in steerage.
For Sydney Per Australia. May 20 John Hodgson, A
Harrison. John Smart, Fred Harrison, John Busaer, P
Jones, W Cnthbert.
For Fanning-s Island Per Vivid, May 21 A Houlder.
From Windward Ports Per Llkelike. May 1 Hon E
Preston, Cecil Brown. J M Liavidson, K K Bickerton. H
Tnrton. I F Berkley, Wm Olisworth, W II Holmes, Mrs
Tlsdaie. Wm Bncbsiian. Win Fogo. Dr Emerson. C Mac
fariane, Mrs Marie King. Mis Campbell and &S deck.
For Windward Ports Per Llkelike. May 20 E Everett,
Mr J H Hamauku and wife. Ir J Mott Kinith. Mr Ham.
burgh, Mr Macfarlane, O W Edward. CB Mcluff-e. W
H Wall. J Lake. H Turton. Enkahl. P Wahakane. W Oceeu.
L Keverance, Mrs M King. K Bycroft. Mrs Bsrns, W
Moeaman, C V Uuusuian, 8 Parker, C Macfarlane, and
vox ScHxirrr. In Wailaku, Maui, May 13th, Alxxis L
vox rk-Hnnrr. aged about T2 years. The parent of the
deceased reside in Ban Francisco.
TaOMfsos In this city. May 19th. James Thompson. f
dropsy. aed 53 years. The deceased waa a native of
Hudson, V.. and bad resided on these Islands about 30
Bickhcll In Hamakua, Hawaii. May 10th. Caixui
W, son of the I'.ev James and Ellen M Blcknell, aged 21
months and 14 days.
SATURDAY. MAY 24.
Notice is hereby given tbat all communications In
tended for business v ith the Advertiser Prixtixo
ErriBuamtirr, must be addreesed to the undersigned.
Subscribers whose subscriptions are due for the
AnvKBTisza, are respectfully requested to settle the same
without further notice.
ffubscriber will please remember, that when subscrip
tions are paid for in advance, the price Is only Fivk
DoLUtas a Ycaa. J. H. BLACK,
Honolulu, Jsa- ltfth. 1TT9. ruUMer ami Froprirtar.
Victoria, the Queen or Great Britain and
Empreia cf India, was Lorn on tlio 24th of May,
in the jear 1319, and consequently Ima attained
the ripe ogc of eixtj jeart. Our British resident-
will celebrate the event in a proper man
ner, and toast and eong will assint in re-develop-iog
the latent jatriotistn within their bosoms,
and cause them to earnestly wish a blessing and
continued Ion; life to Her Most Gracious Ma
jeetj the Queen, in which we heartily join them.
Br the last steamer for San Francisco His
Majesty King Kalakaua forwarded a beautiful
necklace, as a token of esteem and regard, to be
presented to U.K. II. Augusta, Empress of Ger
many, on the celebration of her ' golden wed
ding," which event occurs on the 11th of June,
1879. Thi token ia a collection of kokui nuts,
twenty-one in number, which have been con
nected together by golden bands, and thus made
Ao form a necklace. The centre nut bears upon
its face, in gold, tho German Royal monogram,
W.R." (Wilhelm, Rex) ; the next nut, to the
riht and left respectively, is ornamented with
the insignia of the Order of the Red Eagle, sur
rounded by the motto, " sincere ct eonstanler,'
and surmounted with a golden crown ; and the
second, on each side, with a crossed scepter and
sword, alco golden and aluo surmounted with a
golden crown. There arc five nuts ffn each side
of the centre, and the ornamentations alternate
with each other on cither tide, and all combine
to make a very beautiful and artistic appearance.
There arc a great many minor detail connected
with the arrangement and workmanship which
are- a necessary part of the grand whole, and
wbi:h to be properly appreciated need to have
been viewed personally, as no description could
convey the peculiar beauty of this most appro
priate and elegant present. It speaks well for
the thoughtful bend and heart from whh emi
nated fo beautiful and complimentary a t ken,
and 11 is to be earnestly hoped that II. R II.
Empress Augusta will appreciate the true fe :ling
of our Inland King as contained in the n otto,
sincere et constanter."'
Ths introduction of a class of people ' itc who
would aid in solving the problem of 'ae future
of the Hawaiian race should be hailed rvith satis
faction by all who hare the futur' interest of
Hawaii net at heart.
The experiment undertaken L the Govern
ment of the introduction of South Sea Ielandcrs,
bos from its very inception promised to assist in
opening a way by which the dangerous practice
oi sole male Immigration could be advantageous
ly discontinued, or even if continued, could be
directed among a raco whose characteristics and
temperament would cause them to become ns-
? 'milative, besides being productive.
Our merchants and planters should not for a
moment lose sight of the fact that it is not only
to supply a present want tbat their efforts, to
wards obtaining laborers should be directed, but
more especially to obtain a people who would
aid materially in the recuperation of the Hawai
ian race. The Government has, by the arrival of
the Slonn Bird, shown that the project of ob
taining the South Sea Islanders to come bere and
willingly is feasible, and the almost equal divi
sion of the sexes, shown in her last passengers,
speak volumes in favor of the furtherance of an
enterprise liable to bear such good fruit, and our
merchants should use all proper measures to keep
tho ball rolling in that direction. The new Con
stitution of California throws the Chinese out of
employment, and we are liable to receive a con
tinued influx of male Chinese, which will still
further add to the dangerous disproportion of
sexes which exists now, has existed for .years,
and which is the chief cause of the so rapid ex
tinction of tho Hawaiian race. Government,
merchants, planters, all, should take the proper
steps and form measure to avert this impending
evil, and the sooner the movement is inaugurated
the more time will thcro be to perfect proper
plans. ' A sticb in time saves nine'
One of the most exciting political contests in
which the State of California has ever engaged,
baa just been brought to a close by the adoption
This document has occupied the earnest atten
tion of both press and pulpit, during the last
month, and capital and property holders have
evinced an open and active opposition. The
people of California have, however accepted it by
nearly 10,000 majority as the instrument he
- - j
which the laws of their commonwealth should in
the future be shaped, and as it effects some extra
ordinary innovations, especially in the conditions
of which formerly controlled the relations of
apital and labor, its workings will be watched
with deep interest by people in every portion of
the civilized world. Two of the leading features
of this new Constitution, relating to taxation and
the Chinese question, have attracted marked at
tention, and much has been said with regard to
the detrimental or bcneScial results liable to
accrue therefrom. Speaking of these particular
features the New York Herald says editorially.
" Under the general bead of 'property every
interest in the State reprcfcnting capital in any
form comes under the shadow of the tax gatherer.
The workiegtnan who deposits his savings in a
bank becomes at once a capitalist in the eye of
the law, and muEt pay thereon his qaoi to the
general revenue. The effect of this on the stabil
ity cf the raving banks will be ruinous, inas
much as it must cause the withdrawal of deposit8
which are the solid parts of the institutions. If
the funis are so withdrawn all interests banging
on these banks must suffer, and a shock will be
given to business tbat will react on the party
responsible for this radical measure. The Chi
nese are by the new Constitution excluded from
employment. If they do not go, they can stay
The adoption of this new Constitution, absurd
as it may be in some of its provisions, is never
theless the expression of the will of the people of
California, and will stand as the law until un
made by the same process that brought it into
being. The 6urest way to test its capability lor
good or evil is the faithful execution or all its
provisions by honest, faithful and intelligent
Paui.! Qii Meruit Ferat." We would be
much pleased if we could give an entire list of
the passengers sailing in the inter-lsland steamers,
but under the present arrangements, it would be
necessary to go seawards for a considerable dis
tance every trip before the pussengers themselves '
could be induced to diocloee their names. Pur- ;
ser Brash has exerted himself to furnibh us with '
a partial list of the passengers by the Likelike
on her lust trip to windward, and considering the
gentleman is not only purser, but also policeman,
postmaster, caterer, &c., and all at nearly the
same time, the public may readily judge that it
was by only superhuman exertions that he ac
complished even what he did. Therefore pas
sengers by the inter-Islund steamers, who may
not be able to find their names among our lists
will be kind enough not to blame either the pur
ser or us, but blame somebody else.
To Pte Editor of the Pacjic Commercial Advertiser:
The Gaulle improves under criticiaim. This week
in speaking of the "riu-a'' of the Church the word is
spelled correctly. As to the Editor being disgusted
about it. Well, who thought ho would be other
wise? Ilia own blunder should have caused the
disgust however, not your mention of it. Youie.
Haiku, Mali, May 21st, 1879.
Editor Commercial Advertiser- Dear Sir .
There are nine families of Portuguese in Illinois
that wUh to emigrate to the Sandwich Islands.
They are honest and industrious people, who have
been posted on the rates of wages iu tho isluuds.
and who will come out immediately if a portion of
their fare U paid. This class of emigrants ought to
be welcomed and given comfortable homes. They
average about six persons to a family, and none of
the children are under twelve years of age, except
one. Who wants them ?
1 have applied to the government to pay a por
tion ol lueir transportation. lours truly.
C. II. Dickey.
To the Editor of the racljic Commercial Adcertist
Sir: I cannot agree with your Ggures, in your
issue of the 10th inst. You say 5,000 Chinese are
under contract on plantations, and yet the whole
numbered Chinese males in the Kingdom is 5.C54,
aod 1.199 of them are in Honolulu according to
the Census. And how many are in other towns,
and scattered throughout the country, engaged in
small trade, and other pursuits? It is the opinion
of several planters, and it is my opinion, that very
little over one half the Chinese, in these inlands
are now at work on plantations, perbaps 3,000 ut
theouUide; and that the number of native Ha
waiian at work on the plantations is about 4.000.
Chinese laborers in this Kingdom da not receive
$720,000 for one year's wages for labor on plan
tations, peibaps not much more than half that
amount, but Chinese traders receive enough and
more to make up the amount.
. Walter Ml'ubat Gmsos..
Lanikeba, May 17, 1879.
Mb Editor : In last Wednesday's Gazette I Cud
The nightly congregation of young hoodlums of
both sexes, oo Smith a bruise, is a nuisance tbat
should be abated, and calls for prompt action on the
part of the police authorities. Ibe gathering at this
locality on last Saturday evening was exceedingly
noisy, and the lanzuase used by tbese "roughs,"
very offensive to respectable people. If this state
of affairs is longer permitted, the efficiency of the
police force will certainly be questioned, a circum
stance to be greatly regretted, and injurious to the
heretofore good reputation enjoyed by them ss faith
ful "guardians of the night." We hope we may not
have occasion to refer to this subject again."
And am at a loss lo understand its meaning, and
can only come to one conclusion, viz: tbat the Ga
zelle man has got the wrong pig by the ear. It is
possible that he may mean School street bridge,
though I do not know. Anyhow, as regards Smith's
bridge, my neighbors and myself are not aware of
anything of the kind as stated in the Gazette. We
pass and re-pass the bridge at all hours, young men
are sitting on the rails conversing and sometimes
singing, but I have not heard the first offensive or
disreputable word uttered at any time in all my
thirteen years residence beyond the bridge. If the
item as above ia manufactured for the sake of having
a bark at our worthy Marshall and his police forces,
the manufacturer had better try aod bark up the
right tree next time. Yours, &o , J. S. S.
CJl'CH AS JOURXAI.S, LEDft RHS. DAY
3 and Cah Books, shipping Receipt Bonks, for tale by
D1J24 2t n. 11ACKFALD k CO.
WWTK BEG LEAVE TO INFORM THE
T pablie thai we have several
Tracts f Land saltable for fane Cnltire,
i-i the llamakua District cf Hawaii, situate between the land
of Waipio ami Kabolalele, aloe g the llamakua Coait, which
are well known lo be the moat prolific in Sugar Cane of any
lanus on me uawauaa manna, vietuing irom
FOUR. TO SIX TONS PER ACRE,
with very indifferent cultivation.
We also wi.o to inform the public who are In want of
Werklag Oxen and Horses,
for ase oa the landa la the district, that there U an unlimited
supply lor beef and dralt, together wiih many other facilities
svaiiable that cannot be described to a snort newspaper ad
vertisement. J. V. PARK Kit,
P.8. All particulars regarding terms of leasehold, purchase
of lands, cattle, horeee, aod all necessary Information will be
freely furnithed by MR. 8 AMU KL PARKER, at Kawaibae.
Wainea, raaunau. alana, or at aryci Die places ol business
ia the districts cf llamakua or a. Kohala, Hawaii. my 3 3m
NOTICE TO PLANTERS!
npili: UNDERSIGNED, AS A MEM HER
M. ei Ibe f tiff of the Hawaiian tiovernment Surveying Party,
having carefully examined personally most parti of tlie sever
al Iilandi of this Kingdom, now respectfully offers bis services
to Sugar Planters aod others who may require
and other modes of trsnsport. as a purchasing
Aceot or Advisine Kneineer.
He proceeds direct by thia steamer to Boston, V. S. A., and
having every facility for so doing, will furnish, on application,
Plans, Specifications and Estimates sf Cost for Iron
Crldgfs, Iron Ilsnsts, ttsllwsj with Drid'ts
and Colling Stork of ill Descriptions.
Aho, Machinery of Every Description
for Ihe Manufacture of Sasmr a:.d Cleacinr at.d rmiaririe Rice
r me aiarari.
Addrrss in Hoston. LINCOLN CABOT.
Civil angioeer, Rooui 6, No. 131 Devonihire street.
r. e. inquiries addressed to C. T. Culick. in Honolulu, will
receive prompt altcutioo. my'it tf
Wliitucv & Robertson
Another Splendid Assortment of
BLANK BOOKS AND OTHER STATIONERY.
AUO, A FREUII LOT OF
Beautiful Scrap Pictures.
iy As our Scrap Pictures fell bo readily, thoee
who wish any, had better purchase curly.
It Is ramored tbat on the return from this
trip of the schooner .Yd lie Merrill, she will be
fitteJ out for a cruise among the South Sea Islands
JT" The Steamer Likelike will leave here oa
the 10th of June for her usual trip to Ililo, and
will not lay over on account of the holiday.
ExrECTED Abeivau The gcJdws of JUsenaion
and disorder is expected soon to male her tppear
ance at these bland.?, and from what ire hate heard,
we are led to suppose that those interested will re
ceite her with considerable pomp and ceremony.
From advices received, she was to leave the port cf
Sad Francisco on or about the 26th inst, and will
be accompanied with a god, free for the occasion.
ST" From Kohala, Hawaii, we learn that the cir
cus company, under the management of Mr. Luproil,
got into a free fight with the natives at Kohala dar
ing one of the performances. The trouble commenc
ed by Mr. Luproil apologising far not gmog the per
formance according to the adfertiaed programme,
and which ended in a general riot. The bruises and
broken heads of the parties are to be mended before
Laege Caeco. Last Sunday morning the barken-
tine Ditcotery arrived from Sin Francisco, bring
ing perhaps the largctt cargo for her tonnage that
ever came into this port. The cargo consisted of
general merchandise and a heavy deck load, includ
ing seventy-three mules and four Scotch Clydesdales
breeding marcs fur Mr. W. II. Rice, at Lihue,
Kauai. This will be a valuable addition to the
stock on that island.
Wei.co.mk. We are pleased lo notice the return
again to our bbores of several of our island resi
dents, among whom we notice the names of Hon.
S. N. Castle. Rev. E. T. Doane, Mrs. J. II. Black
and Mr. W. Waterbouse, who have been whiling
away the past few months in pleasure and business
on the shores of a continent over two thousand
miles away, and whose familiar faces have often
been massed during their absence. We hope that
they have all returned to us in the best of health
and with pleasant recollections of their late wan
derings. A Rcmixatiox. Painful indeed is the spectacle
presented to Ihe view as we watch the sweat roll
from oil the noble brow of one of our obese police
officers as he silently wrestles with a cane, um
brella, and a wherewithal upon which to rest his
weary form. Clasping them in his strong arms
and with a fixed determination to hold, he com
pels their attendance In bis dailj walks. - Ilia eloir
and heavy step, and the agonized expression upon
his features, proclaim too truly however, the great
torture bis massive frame is enduring, and when
later, the coolness of some shady bower o'erpowers
his functions to that extent as to cause his utter
prostration, he heroically accepts the situation.
and unmindful of the presence of the passing for
eigner, bis Heavy lips part and give vent to tne
sigh which wells up from his manly breast and
finds its Eight to space in company with the low
but earnest whisper of "Eureka."
KAILWAY IV Eff ZK ALAND. TDCrO arO HOW
1111 miles of railway open for traffic in New Zea
land. The longest stretch is tha Cbristchurcb,
Dunedin and Invercargill lines, which is 716 miles
long. The next longest line is the Auckland and
Waikato line. 97 miles. The total receipts of the
rsew Zealand railways for the four weeks ending
BID or Marcu, were X7I.32G ISs.
BRITISH BENEVOLENT SOCIETY
THE ANNUAL SUPPER
WILL TAKE PLACE
THIS SATURDAY EVEN'G, AT 8 O'CLOCK,
At Ibe Ilnvrniinu Hotel
JNO. S. SMITHIES, Secretary.
A FUKXISHEI) COTTAGE WITHIN
X. ten minutes walk of P. ., by two Gentlemen. Knquire
si mis utuce. mj2t
FRENCH BLACKED CALFSKINS.
WtTST RECEIVED, AM FOR SALE II V
It II. IIACKFELD if CO.
PURE FRESH CANDIES,
-W71KK8II M ADE WHITE AND PINK HOCK
aV Candies. Wbolenale Price. 30 cents per pound; Retail
l'nce, 60 cenls per pound. For sale at
ni2i lm IIOUN's CANDY FACTORY, Hotel St.
CREAM, CREAM CANDIES,
DELICIOUS FLAVOR, FRESH
tuierior and Cheaper than those imported.
Price, as cents per pound; Ketail Price. 60 rents ter nound.
rorsiieai im'it im; liun.n'B vinui ITAUTOKY.
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PAETNERSHIP !
VOTIt'E IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT XII R
1 partnership lately subsisting between Archibald Kerr and
Kdward C. Rwe, under the firm of Kerr if Howe, was dis
solved oa Ihe 7th day of May, by mutual consent. Archibald
Kerr is authorized to settle alt debts and collect all money due
my Z4 M CUWAUU V. KUWK.
K SEMI-AX5UAI, MEETING C I ho
board of Trustees of the Queen's Hospital will beheld
at the Board Kxm of the Chamber of Commerce, on Saturday
the 7th or June, at 11 a m.
I'er order. P. A. SCHAEFER, Secretary.
Honolulu, May 23rd, 1879. my24 2t
rnllE IJI-EVNIAI, MEETING OF THE
X Members of the Queen's Hospital will beheld at Aliio-
lani Hale, on Saturday, the 5th of July, at 11 a.m.
Elect ion of C Ulcers,
Reading of Bi-eouial Reports.
All members of the Society sre Invited to attend.
Per order, F. A. SCHAEFER, Secretary.
Honolulu, Jlsy 23rd, 1879. my24 61
I HAVE FOUND IT.
WHAT HAVE YOU FOUND I SMOKING
TOUACCO that I can use without the usual psla ia the
chest; and my landlord says that I must either stop using
it or quit his tnoie, ss i eat too mucn.
LOOK. AT MV FEET! TOU REMEMBER
the pretty bunions and beautiful oorna I once had f Well,
they are gone, ana l am no all right in that department,
and can now wear as snug a boot as young lady of sweet
WHAT IS THE CURE I THIS IS i TAKE
some of MARCHANT'S MEDICATED TOBACCO, with
a strong sprinkling of Good Cigars, snd add a portion
of the it itc alsA.lCA?( ciUAti IKS, which he has
Hurrah ! says one. Hurrah ! ssys sll.
We'll go sod give friend M ARCHANT a call.
East aide of Fort St., Just above Dillingham's.
N. B A heal light if aupuyeu in all weather. myStt
TO THE PUBLIC !
IX THE ISSUE OF THE P. C. ADVERTIS
ER of the 17th inst.. tr.r huiuand. Nacioa Perrv. states
that I had left him. Ac, and also warns people seainst trust
ing me, I would state in response, that I have not left him, nor
our home, but that he has left me and our children since the
7lh oi May, devoid of even the commonest necessariea of life. I
am at present living in an utterly destitute condition, he hav
ing refused to contribute to our further support.
myz at aiAKiA rtttin.
KEROSENE OIL. 'PRIDE OFTHE WEST
milE HIGHEST FIRE TEST IN THE
M. place, as per Government Certificate, 132; and pure
spring WATER WHITE.
cf this Superior Oil
just received by
DULLu Ac CO.
I1ECE1VED BY LATE ARRIVALS VIZI
mm. Lady Lampson, Kalakaua, l)icovery, and Australia.
Golden Gate, Extra Family. Bakers' Extra, Eldorado Flour.
Cracked Wheat, Corn Meal, Cat Meal, Wheat, Oats,
Ground Barley, Brsn, Hay, and for sale by
my24 BOLLES & CO.
T7UVE HUNDREDUARRELS FRESH, AND
aV in perfect order. tor sale ty
BOLLES & CO
BOILED AND RAW PAINT OIL,
CjTOCKIIOLM TAR. WILMINGTON TAR,
coal i ar, Pitch, Tar uii, uiack armsh, lor sale by
my24 BOLLES & CO.
TW IXC PA I XT. BLACK PAINT, COPFER
Ihe bet i.aiot used, a Full Assortment of Colon,
il BOLLE & CO.
FULL LINE OF NO. 4.
8 os Cotton Haven.. 10 ct. CoUon
NO. 1. NO. lO,
UOLLKS & CO.
A Fall Line of Ship Stores and Groceries,
RESERVED FRUITS, MEATS. SOUPS.
fL AC, Ac. my 24 BOLLES 4r CO.
IN BOXES OF 50O, 200. AND I OO
The Genuine Article. For sale by
BOLLKS (r CO.
NEW ZEALAND POTATOES,
I.4ST STEAMER FROM AUSTRA
For sale b myii UOLLEd If CO.
HAMS, BACON AND LARD,
IX FIVE 1X1) TEX POL'M)
?s!e by my2
HA U.S. FUR
UOLLKd t, CO.
MJ Kingdom. Hi Ex. E. PRESTOS is authorised to act for
me by power cf attorney.
my 10 tr
J. .11. CONEY.
DURING MY TEMPORARY ABSENCE
from the Kingdom, Mr. Charles M. Cooke is authorised
lo act for me by power of attorney.
JOSnCA G. DICKSON.
Honolulu, May 12. 1S78. my 17 St
M9 Kingdom, Mr. John II. Taty or Mr.
Sam'l M Damoo,
ill act Ut me under noser of attorney, on record in the
Registry Office in Honolulu, la Liber 43, on pages HO and 1C1.
myl7 3i CHAS. R. BISHOP.
ALL PERSONS ARE HEREBY WARN ID
not to trust mr wife. MART, ss she has left my bed and
board. (myl71m) NACI03 PERRY.
1 9 Kingdom, I hereby authorize my wife, Eugenia Briggs,
and Capt. Berj. Hempstea J. to act for me and in my stead in
all matters connected with the American Schooner JOSEPH
WOOLLKY, and in any other matter concerning my Interest
at these Islands.
Uonoluln, May 18th. 1S79. my!7 lm R.BRIGQ3.
" POR SALE OR EENT,
HIE STORE KNOWN AS TllETHKfcL
MILK HOCSK, at Moanalus.on this isisnu. insaooc
msv be Rented for Sis Months. It has all the improvements
requisite for carrying on a good store. Apply
spl2 2m A. J. CAR muui.
ALL PARTIES DESIROUS OFSUBSCRIB
ISQ towards the Annual Celebration of Kamebsmeha
Day, June 11th. can place their names and amounts with
either of the' Committee of Arrangements.
mJlO II. J. AOSKW.Sec'y.
rIIE YEARLY MEETING OF TT1E STOCK
K HOLDERS in the Hsssksa Sugar Canstpstsiy.
will be held THIS DAY, Saturday, May 4th, at 10 a. m., at
the Office ol . A. Schaefer k Co.
It I1EISRICII REXJKa. Sec'y.
riMlE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
B. requests all partiea having unsettled accounts of over
three months to settle the same as early as possible; while those
or twelve months standing and over, 11 not aettled by the end ol
thia month, will be placed in the hands of a collector for set
tlemerx my!0 4t TH03. G. THRCM.
flMIE UNDERSIGNED, AGENTS OF THE
M Hamburg Bremen Fire Insurance Company, are author
ised to take Fire Risks on Detached WVoden Buildings and on
Plantation Buildings, Machinery, etc., on the diflereut Islands
of this group, AT LOWEST RATES.
For further particulars, apply to
mylO 2m V. A. SCHAEFER k CO., Agents.
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
riUIE PREMISES SITUATED AT THE
I entrance of Pauoa Valley, lately occupied by Mr. V . II .
'Iluddy. The location is a plessant one. and haa a splendid
View of the city front, A never-failing spring of waiter Is on
Ihe place. For particulars, apply M. u. S LV fclKA,
my 10 4t next door to Q. Bpaulding, Nunanu St.
HE PREMISES CORNER OF KING AND
M Liliha Streets, now occupied by Mr. J. Fisher as a Store
ler aa a eiore
and dwelling. The same are favorably situated
purposes, possession given on tne isi oi june.
F. A. SCHAEFER.
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PABTNEESHIP.
TM1K CO-PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing between W. S. Akana, Young Oan and Chang
Chuck, doing business under the firm name of W. 8. Aksna &
Co., at Hilo. Hawaii, is hereby dissolved. All debts will be
paid by W.S. Akana, and all persons indebted to said Arm are
requested to make Immediate payment thereof tow.ti. A tana
llilo. May lin, ittvw. (myn im-j w.B.anm
aTiARPENTERS. MASONS, MORTAR MIX-
J KK3, STONE CCTTKRs. Hisbeat wages paid for good
workmen. Snqture at the office of the undersigned.
myl7 3t 1HKO. H. PAYIE3.
WILL BE HELD AT THE LYCEUM ON
THURSDAY. Msv 2mh. for the Benefit of the Bethel
Church. Doors open to children in the afternoon from four to
alx, admission ten cents, in tne evening aoors open at seven,
sale commencing at half-past seven. Admission fifty cents,
children half price. QTT Tickets to be had at Whitney
Robertson's and T. G. Thrum's Bookstores. v
Please send in as far as possible. Fancy Articles on Wednes
day P. M., to the house of Mrs. Robert Lewers. myl7 2t
PERSONS HAVING SIPHONS OR
A Soda Bottle in their possession, not in nse, will confer
a favor by returning the same, or giving information that we
may obtain them.
myl7 4t II01.LI3TER & CO.
TOM1E CO-PARTNERSHIP Herelsfore
JL existing between the undersigned under the firm of
ED. nOFFSCnLAEGER & Co.,
bas this dsy been dissolved by mutusl consent. All pending
affairs will be attended to by our successors.
Ilonolu u, Msy 1st, 1879.
The undersigned will continue the Importing and Commis
sion business under the name and style ol
ED. IIOFFSCIILAEGER 6i Co.
Honolulu, May 1st. 1879. my3 t
FIXE CLIPPER CKITISn BIRR
In 122 days from Glasgow,
COMPRISING A FULL LINE
EXPRESSLY FOR THIS MARKET
IS SOW BEING OFFERED FOR SALE
at the offices of
Gr. AV. Macfarlane & Co.
A MORE RECENT LOT OF
LATE BOOKS, etc.,
IT TDOS. G. TDRF3TS Fart Street Store.
A Masque of Poets No Name.
Nelly's SilTer Mine, by II. II.
The Story of a Bad Boy, by T. B.
Jean Iogelow's Poems, complete;
uryani a roema, complete;
Bryant's Poetical Works,
Goethe and Schiller, by Boyeseo.
Recollections of Writers, br Marv and Chas. Cow.
As It May Happen, by Trebor.
Common Sense in Business, by Froedley;
Home Comforts, or Thincs Worth Knowing, bv
Memoir of RoLt. Chambers, by Wm. Chambers;
Flowers, their origin, &c, by J. E. Taylor;
The School Boy, by O. W. Holmes;
Prince Deakalicn, by Bayard Taylor;
Parks and Gar. lens of Paris, bv W. Robinson:
Pleasant Spots Around Oxford, by Alfred Rimmer;
Art and Artists of Connecticut, by II. W. French;
ine ceramic Art, by Jennie J. Young.
The Bohemian, by Chas. de Kay;
Chambers Information for the People, 2 toIs.
The Works of Chas Lamb, 5 vols.
Social Etiquette of New York;
The Beaconefield Cartoons, from Punch, cloth and
Base Ball Cuide Books for 1379
Baie Balls and P l, New Scrap Pictures, Papeteues,
Birthday Card, r'loral Pssaepartonis Mais,
Frames, Gsskeil'. Compendium! of Elegant Writing.
Ate. Ac. A-c. m j 3
Book-Keeper, Clerk, Copyist
General Business Agent
BOOKS BJLJ.CED AXD CLOSED,
BILLS MADE OUT,
LETTERS AXD REPORTS tfRlTTEX,
Legal Copying Carefully Attended to.
Patronage rrspeclAiI'r solicited. A:ldrtss:
ipl Care TOST Or t ICE, Honolulu, II. I.
33. E5 ES
THE UNDERSIGNED. HEREBY
form the public that 1 have
Store above T. H. Davies,
where I will be able to keep a Large Stork of
Flat Solid Cold acd EntniflUd Jewrlrj, Solid
Silrer and Plited-ware, Diamonds,
Cold and Sllrer VTatctw, Clocks, Kulal Jewelrj
Spectacles, &e., It.
Diamond Setting a Specialty.
1 have made arrangements with Mr. E. Weller,
practical watchmaker, mho will work In the same store
with me. and warrant that aU Watches. Clocks and Chro
nometers, left for him to repair, will be dons ia a satis
New "SVatclies and Clocks
Warranted for Two Years.
Harlns resiaed oo this Island for man, years. I m confided that I am enabled to satisfy ths tastes of tb. most fastUloua.
Orders from, tho Country carefully attended to.
Thankful for past favors received, I hope, by paying strict attention to my buJuess, lo l Ws lo keep lU cotilkPM
t. ul in me still further.
MAX ECKART, Manufacturing Jeweler,
(Former stand of D. N. Flitoer), Ksshuuisnu Street, Honolulu. II. I.
P.S.-Remember! tbat I only keep Fine White Brilliants aod vjell-proportloaed Diamoads, as tat
ialae of colored, speckled or eUlpped diamonds Is decreaslnjt, wlille line Stones are lot only holdln
1 heir own hnt adyantlng In valne.
A KRAFT & SONS,
MANUFACTURERS OF JEWELRY AXD
dealers in Wstches and Watch Materials. We make the
business of Opticians a specialty. Hotel Street, A few doors
east or Fort Street, near Dr. MrOrew's residence, Honolulu,
and 221 Broome Street, New York. mylO flm
MR. CLAUDIUS PREUSCHOF,
PROFESSOR OF LANGUAGES !
WILL GIVE INSTRUCTION IN THE
Greek, Latin, German and French Languages. Refers
by permission to the Rev. S. C. Damon, D. D., and Mr. J. C.
Glade, fierman Consul.
O" Residence, No. 135 King Street, corner of Richards
Street. mylO 3t
AT KALI II I Cbickrw RsscKjctrv
Thoroughbred Berkshire I'lss. of the
Crown Prince. Boblee and Sambo ll"v'
now ready lor use and for sale :
1 Berkshire Boar, 10 months old, $12.
1 Berkshire Boar, 12 months old, $42.
Both of these pigs were awarded the Silver Cup at the Sac
rameuto Elate Fair by the Committee on Swine.
Price of Berkshire Tigs, $20 to $100 each,
according to number, age and condition, being about one half
the price charged in the Kasteru States for thoroughbred
Parties wishing pigs csn leave orJers now, as IS litters will
come in lo July and August next. Address,
my 3 A. HERBERT, Hawaiian Hot I.
Oats, Bran, Barley, Corn,
Ground Barley, Ground Oats.
Cracked Corn and Wheatfor Chickens.
A FINE LOT OF
IV EW ZEALANI OATS
GROUND FEED ALWAYS ON HAND !
And warranted good, fresh Grniu,and It Is
Forty to Fifty per cent, more Economical
than Whole Grain, and we Sell
it at the same Price.
A Lot of Fresh California Lime,
At 42.25 per Barrel la Lots.
m) 17 3ms LAINK CO.
. OF THE
GERMAN BARK " LOUISE,"
Consisting of a Large Assortment of NEW
England, Germany and France
Printa, Domeetica, Tailors and Dress Uooda,
BiiJtB, velvets, Merinos,
Mixed, Linens, Cottons,
Shawls, Shirts, Handkerchiefs.
Hosiery, Umbrellas, Towels, tc, &c.
Quilts, Tablo Covers, Hugs,
IMITATION SYDNEY SADDLES
Calfskins, Leather Belting,
BACS AND BAGGING,
Hoop Iron, Fence Wire.
Galvanized Roofing, C, 7, 8 nnd 9 ft. lengths;
Buckets, Tubs, Charcoal Irons,
Cutlery, Galvanized Pipes, Tin Plates.
oncer, iron, lenow metal,
Powder and Shot, Printing Paper,
Pianos, from L. Neufeld, Berlin
Candles, &c, Caustic Soda, Paints.
Cognac, de Laage fits and Boutclleaux, 1, 2,
3 and 4, diamond;
Champagne, Ileidsieck. and Thoreau;
Clarets Poinnejs, Gorso, St. Julien;
Beer St. Paul's Bavarian, Muller's, Ic,
quarts and pints;
Gin, Etc., Etc.
FOR .I.E ur
Orders from the other Iblands promptly exe
cuted and satisfaction guaranteed.
' , . .. . felmyl7i. . i..:.--.
STAPLE M FANCY
SALMON ! SALMON J
Ex Bark Marmion,
UVom IPug'Ot tSoimcl.
INVOICE of GOOD RED SALMON
myI0 4t FOR BALK LOW, BY B. P. ADAMS.
Notice to Planters.
II AS FROM
6 TO 12 MULE CAETS FOE SALE,
At $100 each.
Oa Carts, Iron Axles, $140.
Damp Wsfoos (Kohala pattern), $270.
Also, one Llht Gooseneck Dray,
One Open Buggy and one Trotting Sulky. royS Im
W. G. BORDEBI
Fruits, Meats, Ac,
full It OS of
PURE KONA COFFEE !
Roasted and Tresb Ground Kscrydsy.
Ia Slock a food assortment of Picture Frames. Ct-romos,
Stereoscopes aud Views, both Island and foreign, aod a
full line of
FANCY GOODS fc FATES T MED1CJSES.
And if you will (Its him a call, you will And,
That be bas the Best Assortment f Caady k Nats
To M found in II llo.
Ala ON ICE And always to be tisd Ic CI4,
Fisher'. Champagne Cider, and IlollUter't Orange Cldr,
Ginger Ale, Soda Water and flursaparilla, and for thos
that use the weed,
Call and See the Best Assortment of
Cigars, plug aod One cut, smoking and cue lug tobacco, aod
my!7 clgarettts and clgBrette paper, lo. Iy
Contractor and Builder,
ESPLANADE, Honolulu, II. I.
Manufactures all Linda of
Mooldiogs, Brackets, Window Frames, Sahes, Dors
Blinds and all kinds of Wood wrk finish.
TURNING AND SCROLL SAWING.
AU kinds of
Planing and sawing
Morticing and Tenanting.
i ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED,
nd Work fInaranlM.1
Orders from the other Islands solicited.
Honolulu, Way 2, 1879.
my 3 tr
No. 66 Fort Street,
M. & N. PIANOS.
No. C6 Fort Street.
M. & II. ORGANS.
No. 66 Fort Street,
" NEW AMERICAN,"
" WHEELER Sc WILSON."
" NEW HOME."
CJO t-'.rl tlirrri.
PERFECT TYPE WRITERS,
ALARM MONEY DRAWERS,
Working Oxen for Sale.
6a at WailuLu
of tb. sl.nsr. of ita W.iiu.aTT IZZZL?!"
- varl .M.rr Hiporior aiakat hut ,ul "JT .