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CY E. P. ADAMS,
SALE OF LEASE, &c
f t.nm of a pnmt at ml eoelainxl In a rtaiu roof-tfafe
c kr ft ril to lrvl Krai', dalml the TTlh day
J mm. A. 1 1477, aa4 rcod. Ui is Rf'-rr of Iw-ds, la
Hum am. la Butt ti, act pa -a 17, It ll 1', wU b J4 M
ON SATURDAY, MAY 24th,
tell o'clock. as.. aa the premla. Cora Road. Hoocla!u. all
sad etagw-ar. la pmaiM cuo-ey-d by said Bvri(i( deed,
uatlr, a laa of all lb -ul Chela LaaoJry r-rrttUr-.,
dasra iba 2U day of Dtnabcr, A. D. IsIJ,
FOR A TERM OF 5 YEARS,
f.aaa May lt. 1 JT9. it the mbl of removal cfall Ik Bui-i-ln(a
erected Bona said property km April em, 171 The
luili io( ta partal araailuk of pmperty aictoc,rJ ;a afre
aawl amifC aa.1 M b sold at Hue sale. t:
Laundry Building, Engine & Boiler
Was Hoa. Prying Room. 1 Parent Manila,
Wahm Machin. with annoactioaa ttmpi:
I Slurt p'ldabar. Riaatof Tanks, 1 B!ouf Tank,
St-asa Wrin rs. 1 llaivl Wrifipf, 3 C'VMbaa Trarkl,
I Hand Walking Mart in. 1 Mtaaaa Taak. Flat Irons,
!" V ---. H alar Taak, wita copper Wutwj ;
SWnesi Vice. Kpvbm, Fi. JJUDr, Sawa. Ilalchrta,
UUff, Clck, TatXra. Hay Cutter, 2 Warm. 3 lluraa,
llara aa, Koa Tahlra, lina Tatla. Writics lieik.
C'harkra lloase. Copper tamp Holier aod i unmet,
Caa II.ju- sao.1 UmbUm. t ore Piiasuil Itp.
A , at pr rtf J", which tao be seer, at the cite of
Mr. A. t. litRrW-LL,o
E. P. A DA MS, Aoeiiooeer.
1 TRUSTEES SALE
, the 28th day of May.
A. I). IHIO. AT 12 O'CLOCK, XOO.V.
rXOKHSICXKI), J. '. GUDi: AM)
I WD.C. rKC, timtora aod Traaleea oodrr tb iil
f IVOEXU DKLRMAR, lata of Uakaa-ao. oa lb laland of
Maal, mod Kicf.loan of tb Uawaiiaa lalaoda, actiac andrr the
liawar a ad autboriiy In Ilia vmtml by lb aaid will and tbeir
Lauara Trataaaealary thereon, will aeij at
At tb Aaeti Borxa of R. P. A Jama, Queen Street,
At an Upset Price of $50,000 !
AD that faluiLIe Eat ate situate in Vlakivao,
aod kooo aa
THE UllKOI SUGAR PUXTATIOX!
VUh all the Stock, A pportetiaiv-e and Sotr Caaa thereon,
cooaUtu( of aa area of abaci iO Acres, of which aboat 2a
acre bra in t simple, aod tba rest are unoVr looc
luaea of Twenty aod Twenty-Asa years, with rifht
of ranawal; ta annual rental beipf $I.ZjQ- Wlib all tba
Hosaaa, Teoemeoia, Crowtos; Crop of Hugar Caoe, Workios;
Cattle. Horara. Oi Carts, Ac, aa tHiowst 84 Head of
Call!, 2 Yakeav.29 Chains, in order; 4 Yokes, damaged; S4
lloea, J firlatlatooes, 17 0bovrl, 2I Picks, Can K aires,
Carta, T Ptows, 3 Crowbars, 10 Uaicbeta, 11 Bill llooks, Car
There, are rj3 A err a of fagmr Caoa planted and growiof , of
which M Arrra etimaieit to yieUl 210 Tooa Hurar, will be
ready to grind ia Jane. 179, aod tha balance of 130 Acres ore
year later, say Jete. 110. Tie Can ia all la a foariahinf
conditioo. Tba present Crop la ander contract to be ground
at Cast Maal Plantains, the kuter hauling the can ta tha
mill, and r ecu ring one half of the earar.
tharaaraia Labor e-s" llooaea. Carpenter's Bbop, Ofice,
th Cottage and the Dwelling Uoaie, lately occupied by Mr.
TUia property la situated wltbio the RA1X BELT of Maa
saa, fitiat absolaie) certainty of a C rap, bat aa farther
saeorvy the Plantation owns a water lead at capacity Is) water
Una Hundred Acres, which can be broajht a poo the land l
Irrta-ait-jo, should it aver he required.
XV. C. PARKE 4t J. C. CLAOE,
Eaecators and Troaleea ander the Will of Karen Deletnir
L.W of Makawaa.
C. r. ADAM.1. Aocfr.
nonelula. A or J IS, 1179. nplv
licgulnr (nsli Sale !
f a ON FRIDAYTTTmAY 30th,
- AllOa'clock A.M., at Sale Room.
To Closo Consignments,
. 33 Ladies' OaJJl'S,
19 pieces Amoskeaa' Canlno Plaacct.
i pieces Lang ion White Cotton,
3 pieeea U.ua Drill,
a eata Trunks,
Oi Baws UkclArrwt, Spades a StoteU.
A km, on Doablavbarret Central Fire Breech-Loader, la
It Culia Coir Tarn.
E. P. ADAM3. AucVr.
Pacific Iron Works,
SAX FRASCI3CO. MANCf ACTCRIK3 OP
Sugar Mills, Engines, Boilers,
EVERY DESCRIPTION OF IRON WORK
7t Cvnn'ctlon with Sugar FUmti.
rr Price Term, Jpplj t
E. P. ADAMS,
Agent f-r the Hawaiian lalamls.
. illauii f act nr i ug
SAX Fit IX CISCO.
MANUFACTURERS ANO IMPORTERS
PARTIES IN HONOLULU,
or othrr parts of the IilaoJa,
DESIRING FURNITURE !
CAX II ATE TIIKIK
Orders Filled at Lowest Rates
Be appaicnt.os t Mr. E. 1. A l A SI H, Q jeen ?lreet.
, who has aor Descriptive Catalogue witl Prices.
O 1ST I-IA. 1ST D !
It Stare f L. W. IlorP, Klar; St.,
Black Walnut Bedroom Sets !
Black Waiaul "..lebnards.
Black Walnut Dining Chairs.
Oak Cane Meat Dining Chairs,
Cedar BedroosB rWts.
Pin Bureaus, c, Ac .Ac.
E. P. ADAMS, Agent forHaw'n Is.
Call and See
W . DART.
K A I CR I X G EX ER A I M ERCII A XDISE
i, ..i... llam.kaa. Hawaii, where you will and a
barfaso.1 well selected Augment of Dry Oos. Oroeeriea
d Hardware. Alao-Lumber. Doors. Faah, BUI., aIs,
raini. - t -.1: u..;.l l,.l at
XT special wriiers ww
Market Rstte . ,p
The Genuine Article,
Ex Crusader.from Hongkong Direct
a PEW TIlOCSAXDt ITT UP IV BOXES
DY C. S . BARTOW.
FURNITURE SALE !
SATURDAY, MAY 24th,
At 19 . id . wi'I be toJ, at th. Ule
Ecsidence of Kr. A. Eoese, Pmichtowl St.,
Oprrle tte Gate of the Uierrs ni i-.il,
Tab!. Bofa, Chair. Earaa. SUlrbtrl.
T!let Set, prct-ret, lag: pa, aoJ 0:br SsaU Ar.!ct.
C. S. BARTOW, Aurfr.
JESI.W MATS, SHELLS, if.,
TUESDAY, : : MAY 27lh,
At 10 o'clock A. SI. at rUScarodn, W..1 te soij
SlielLs, Fine Miats,
1 Pair of Orange Cowries.
Also st II o'clork, tit aconr.t of whom it miy con.-ern, :l.e
Mkwir.f MooUs arrirel by bark Lady Lucpmn from
Vma Praociaci, and Uimaged by sea wat-r,
H-in-Diamond No. 290, 18 pes. of
C.9. BARTOW, Au.fr.
THE RESIDENCE OF MR. GIDEON WEST,
lOl SILAXU STREET.
ON THURSDAY, MAY 29lh,
At 10 o'.lock a. m., will be to! J, all the
Furniture of said Residence,
Parlor, Bedroom and Kitchen Furniture !
In frod order, hating been carefully ueJ, cooslsline;
Sofas, Lounges, Parlor Chairs,
Whatnot, Chairs, Centre Tables, Koa Book Case,
ftlack Walnut Book Case, Tables, Cane Seat Chair.
Veranda Chairs, Pictures. Eight Day Clock,
A flood Piano Porte atd Mo-iic Stuol,
A Very Fine M ahof any rHdeboard, Dining-room Chairs.
K i tension Dining Table, Cooksiore At Kitchen Furniture,
100 V arils of Very Fine Soperior Tapestry Carpet, new;
Crockery and Glassware, tianlen Vases,
Hose, Marble Vases, One Oood iron Safe,
1 Saperlor Gentle Carriage Uorse,
Top Boj and Harness.
One Superior Plorence Sewing Machine,
Complete with water power and ia perfect order.
C. 3. BARTOW, Auct'r.
SUPREME COURT OF THE HAWAIIAN
lalands, in Probate, Island of Oaha. Hawaiian Ialands, as.
In the matter of the rirATK OF J AM ti TIlOMfSO.X,
late of IIooololo. deceased. Order appointing time fur Pro
bale of Will and directing publication ol notice of the same.
A document, purporting to be the ust will and testament ti
JAMES THOMPSON, deceased, harinr on the 2-nd day of
May. A. D. 1579, been presented lo said rrobate Court, and
a petition lor tbe probate thereof, ami lor ine isaoance oi
Letters Testamentary lo DAVID DA I TON, baring been
Bled by said Darid Dayton.
It ia hereby ordered, that ibua x .tbe tin day oi June
A.D. 1;9 at 10 o'clock, A. M. if said day. at the Court Koom
of said Court, at Abiolari Hale, in Honolulu, be and the
same la hereby appointed tha tune for proving said will and
bearing said application, when and wnere any person interestea
may appear and contest the said will, and tbe granting of
It is farther ordered, that notice torrent n fir en iy poonca-
tlnn, lor two soceesaire weeks, in the Pacific Commercial
Advertiser and Kuokoa newspapers, printed and pumisneu in
Dated Iforx.lulo. II. I . May 23, 1ST
Alttslt Justice of the r'uprrme Court.
J NO. E. BARNABD, Clerk. tayU 21
CIRCUIT COURT. FOURTH JLIJICIAIi
Circuit, Hawaiian lalands, in Probate. Island of Kauai,
as., Hawaiian l.larda. In tha matter of tbe L.'ITATb lr
ANN JiDIOBsJtU. wulow, oi IVolna. Kauai, ueeeaaeu.
Order appuioting lime for Probate of Will and directing publi
cation of notice of tbe sami.
b document purporting to be the laal w ill anI Testament
of ANN WCNDK.NBEKO, widow, deceased, baring on the
7thdayofMay, A.D. 1470, been presented to said Probate
Court aod a petition ir in prooaie toereoi, ana lor ine isaa
anc of Letters Testamentary to JOHN N. WEIOUT, of
Koto, having been filed by the ssid Wright.
It ia hereby ordered, that dati ttUA i . tbe zist any oi
Jane, A. D. 1479, at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day, at the Court
Koom ol Saul lourl, at n.oia, in ivauai, oe, anu tne same is
beret v appointed the time for proving said W ill and hearing
said application, when and where any person Interested may
appear and contest tbe said Will, and the gran ling of Letters
It ia further ordered, that not.ee thereof oe given ty poou-
catioo, lor three successive Weeks, in tbe Pacific Commercial
Advertiser, a newspaper prtniea ana puonsnea in iionoiuiu.
And it ia further ordered. I hat citations be issued to tne suo-
acribing witnesses lo sal V ill. and to the heirs of the testatrix
In the Hawaiian isianas to appear anu cooiesi uic prooaie oi
said Will, at the lime appointed.
Dated Koloa, II. I , Apru 1st, Ji. J.
By 24 31 Circuit Judge Fourth Judicial Circuit.
SUPREME COURT urTIIKHA W All A.i
lalamls, in Probate, Island of Oaha Hawaiian Islands, ss.
In the matter of the estate of cuwAltv lunnswu
O'UALLORAN. late of Honolulu, Oaho, deceased. Order
appointing lime for probate of will and directing publication
of notice of Ihe same.
A document, purporting in be tne last will anu testament oi
EDWARD T. O'llALLOKAN. deceased, having on the lT.h
day of May, A.D. 1479 been presented to sail Probate Court,
and a petition for the probate thereof, and for the issuance of
letters testamentary to F. 8. PRATT, having been filed by F.
8. PRATT. . . .
It ir hereby ordered, that Wednesday, we zain uay ot
mr. A. D. 1S79. at 10 o'clock. A.M.. of aaid day, at the
Court Room of said Court, at Honolulu, lnAliiolaniIIale.be,
and the same is hereby appointed the time for proving said
will and hearing aaid application, when ana wnere any person
Interested may appear and contest tbe aaid will, and Ihe
ranting of letters testamentary.
. ' . , , .... . T . I r f V. i. ..lira,. t lnltll-
11 IS lUrtneT OTUereu, lliab mnitc hicioji : ritm "J ' 1
cation, lor two successive weeks, in ne raciuc wouurrwiai
Advertiser and Jiuokoa DCWSapra pnnteu anu puuuaucu iu
Dated Hono!u!u, TJ. I. ay rjth. is. j.
LAM'RENCK McCCLLV ,
a Ileal. Justice of the supreme court.
J0. E. BARNARD, Clerk. m; ii a
riIIEUXDERSIGXEU, EXECUTORS, WITH
1 will annexed, of tbe estate of the late E. DELEMAR, de
ceased, hereby request all persons having claims against said
estate, whether secured by mortgage or otherwise, to present
their claims to either oi tne unuersigneu wunin six uuu
from the first dale of this publication, or they will be forever
barred. And ail persons owing said estate arc requested to
make immediate payment to
v. j. r.ut.r.,
J. C. GLADE.
Executors of the WiU of E. Dclcmar, lale of Makawao, de-
TUIE CNDEBSICXEU.WM. O. foil 111.
executor of Ihe will of Mrs. Mary Wiltoa Andrews, de
ceased, hereby give notice to all p-frsons siho have claims
against the estate of tbe said Mrs. Andrews to present the
same to him within six months from the date hereof, or Ihry
w ill be forever barred.
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
Executor of the Estate of Mary Wilson Andrews.
IIopololu, April 18th. 1479. P19
I-XDEIISINGED IIAVIXO HEEX
elerted Auiencesof Ihe Kslateof C. A I. "f Wailuku,
a Bankrupt, notice is hereby given to all persons indebted to
Ihe said U. Ai, to maxe immeuiaie payment to ji.urmi,
Ihe office of M. Phillips dc Co., at Honolulu, or T. W. Eveteli,
at W ailuku, Maui- M. OHEKN.
F. C. ACHONO.
J25 "4 Assignees of Ihe Lttate of U. At, a tsanxrupt.
Notico to Creditors.
VTOTICE IS I1EREUV GIVES THAT tbe
1 anlersigaed has been appointed Executor of the last
will and testament cf Akongof Honolulu, deceased, and all
persona are truly notified to present claims duly authenticated
whether scour J by mortgape or otherwise, at his office on
Kaahumana Street, in Honolulu, witbin six months from the
dale beret f or they will be f.rever barred, and all people In
debted t said estate are hereby notified to make immediate
payment thereof. A LkX. J. CARIWRIGHT.
g xeeutor ol the Lat Will and Testament of Akona, deceased
Dated at Honolulu, April 21, 1ST J. mfli
l THE 3IlTTi:R OF THE ESTATE OF IRA
IJEKSOXS IXDEIiTEI) TO SA 1 1 ESTATE
are hereby requested to make immediate payment tu
ARTHUR W. K1CIIAKOSOX. corner of Fort
and Merchant streets.
All acerunts nnpail wi'.hia twenty days will be placed ia
I'e han-ls of a Collect or.
i" 'IT;.?.V.IJ.'lrtv. jAdminUtraUirs.
lloolu:o, April li, 1479.
Tho Honolulu Book-Bindery,
DOES BINDING oiALL DESCRIPTIONS
The Work executed at this Ettabli.-bmenl is under tbe
super vision of MR. JOHV I.. KfcK. who is well-known aa
aa experienced workman, tuul cannot be surpatttd.
Worli: Done at Lowest Rates
"WHITNEY Ai ROBERTSOX,
flalloners, PobUhers, News Dealers and Book-Binders.
(f ii '7J)
ritlir. rXIIFRSIBSEI) IS XOW
PARfcD ti 0:1 Ord.-r for rt.n?!e it;-ini"ii i-r Complete
felts cf Hawaiian Ferns, nnmcuntcd, on short notice.
Prlre 10 Cents Eaeb, or $10.00 for the Sett of 115.
Tbe Epeeimwos are ttautlfu'ly preaervid. retailing iheir nat
aral green, and most of the vaiieiies have a portion of the root.
Order far Maailiuz M fast Iwclodo Poatasr.
Fox San Francisco.
Tte Fine American Scbonorr
'BOIV A1VZ A,"
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Port
For Freight or faataf , api!y to
mJ II. UlCKtr.LT A CO, Acet-u.
FOR SAX FRAXCISCO.
- The American Barkectloe
TIII Dare Qalck Dispatch for the ibore Port,
Tor Freight or Patsare, apply lo
trjU H. HACK? ELD A Co.. Agent.
For San Francisco.
TIIK HAWAIIAN BARK
-r- AT TZr- a TT A '
Will Have Quick Dispatch for Above Port
For Frtight cr rirt, srp'y to
m21 C. BBEWER & Co , Agent a.
Planters' Line !
For San Francisco.
The A 1 Erili.h Bark
Will Have Immediate Dispatch for tbe Above Port.
For Freight or Tautee, apply to
mj2t C. BREWER A Co., Agents.
FOR SA1V FRAIVCISCO
THE A 1 AMERICAN BARK
Will Have Quick Dispatch for Above Port
For freight or passage, apply to
mylT II. HACKFELP A Co.. Agenls.
XEAV VORK A XD IIOXOLl'LC
DIRECT LINE OF PACKETS I
WII. CROSSM AN A: URO 1 1 8 CHAMBER
BlRKfcT, NEW YORK, AGENTS. V A First
Class Vessel will be laid on fur Honolulu,
To Sail not Later than the Middle of June.
Having already secured a considerable freight for Ibis vessel,
there will be no delay in sailing.
irr For Freicht or Passage, apply to the Agents above
named. mbl5 3m
STEAMSHIP COMPANY !
FOR SAW FRAIVCISCO.
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
ZE AL ANXfI A!
Will leave Honolulu for San Francisco on
or about Monday, June 9th.
For Sydney, via Auckland !
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
CITY OF NEW YORK,"
ON OR ABOUT MONDAY, JUNE 16th,
n. IIACRFELD k CO., Agents.
Gwoda far SUipuiem per Steamer can mow
1m Stwied. Free Charge, In Ike Fire-proof
Wnrrhan.e sseur Ihe Strnmer Wlinrf. Jal79
TIME-TABLE OF THE
STEAMER ' LIKELIKE,'
REYNOLDS. : : : MASTER.
....Circuit of Hawaii
, . . . . Circuit of U awail
No Credit for Passage Money !
We notitlvelv decline to onen accounts for Passages, and we
particularly call the atteotion of the traveling public to the
necessity of having Baggage and Freight plainly marked; the
fc' learner will not be responsible for any unmarked baggage or
for any Freight or Parcels unless Receipted for.
FREIGHT MOXET DUE ON DEMAND I
In all cases of Freicht for parties not tesponsible or un
known, the Freight Money will be required in advance.
PACKAGES OF LIQUORS AND WINES
MUST BE PLAINLY MARKED
For the prty whom they are for, or plainly stated In the re
ceipt to whom they are consigned.
All demands for Damage or Loss, must be made within one
In no way liable Tor loss or accident to live slock.
irr Hack Drivers. Boys, and such like, will not be allowed
on board the Steamer upon arrival, ontil after the passengers
have been landed.
mU8 79 " iurift at
8. c. ALLkS.
at. r. aoBissos.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
tT ROBIXSOX'S WIIAKF. MKAliKKSin
LUMBER and all kinds of BUILDING MATERIALS
Paints, Oils, Nails, Ac, Ac.
ag?xt3 roa scnooKERS
del) Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. jj
JGEXT OF THE FOLLOH IXd COASTERS :
FLAG. Red with White Ball. OFFICE. Corner of
jalS 79 Kuuanu and Queen Streets.
T. E. FOSTER & Co.,
yCEXTS FOR SCHOONERS
Mary E. Foster,
And the Water Boat.
seCO ly Office on the Esplanade, Honolulu.
R E G U L A R
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FB.ANCISC0.
C. BREWER, ti. CO., AGENTS.
Merchandise received 5T0RAQE FREE and
3S2b? liberal cash advances made on shipments by this
,ue. Jii 79 C. BREWER at CO.
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE!
V C. BREWER Si CO., AGENTS.
tyey Favorable arrangements can always be made for
4J353 Storage and Shipment of Oil, Bone. Wool, Hides
and other Merchandise to New Bedford, Boston, New Tork and
other Eastern Ports. XT Cash Advances made.
jt2 79 C. BREWER A CO.
TO LEASE FOR A NUMBER OF YEARS
rwail E PREMISES NO. 22, ALAKEA ST
1 For particulars enquire of
did JA8. 3. LEMON
C.atrttlc?, ConsnltlDg and Vtlnlo? En;rlnfer!
hfAVIXG ESTABLISHED RELATION'S
2 with Eminent Engineering Firms In Great Britain, is
ptep.red to give Planr. Specifications and Katimstes for all
k mis of Machinery. He is also ready lo undertake the Irca
l ..n of Sugar-Plantations, the Construction of Wharves and
I M.ding Places, the Survey and Construction tf Rai'wajs,
1 nmwiyi, Water Leads, Flumes, Ac. Ac , thesunerintend
r re of any works in course of construction, and all other work
I . ih. Kniiineerine Line.
Up also oQVrs his services aa Valuator or Appraiser lo all
Tuesday, May 27, 6 p m
Tuesday, June 3, 5 p in...
Tuesday, Jane 10, 6 p m ,
Tuesday, June 17, 6 p m. ........
Tuesday, June 24, 6pm..
hi may require them.
irr OFFIUK. corner of Kaahumana and Quen Streets, Ho
ti. lulu, Hawaiian Is'and -
nfmtnm unn. - U In 1 P U -. inl In
Ex. Alphonsie Zelie. Ilia, Forest Queen
and J. A. Falkinburg.
4 OO Bales California Ost ami Wl.e-t Ha ;
1 7 Tons Timothy. guoJ for - Jersey cows; "
U Tons Bran, U Tuna Oa:s.
niySSm For 8a by A. W. PE1RCE Si. CO.
Programme. Juno I I, 1879.
Committee or Miiicmcur HLs Fx. John O. Pcmiuis,
Frank I yn ti. Pratt, Esq , Allen Herbert, t:q.
Tasasvaka asd SEcarrair Hnry J. Agcew. Eaq.
Jldccs Ad. Mailhard. C. W. Wilder, J. S. Lemon.
Tuihi-W. D. Clark, M. Eikart.
CLcac or Covasi W. R Buchansn.
STaaTca J. T. Chayter.
Dutiscs James I. Dowsett. jr.
Clkkk or Scam A. W. iluah.
noxositT Committee Their Excellencies S. G. Wilder,
J. M. Kapena, E. Prestoo, S. Kaai. A. J. Cartwritbt, Esq.,
r. Spencer, A sq., F. BanniDg, tq , M. llclnerny, ttq, J
Perry. Esq . Col. W. F. Allen. J. A. Hasseneer. Eaq . J. Hot.
Inc. Esq . Hons. C. R. Bishop. A.S. Cleg horn, II. A. Wide-
mann, J. i. towsett, u. c. xiananu. uouirey uooues. j. ai
Davidson. Esq.. Capt T. Spencer, Charles Long. Eaq ,
M. Pico, Esq., Dr. O. S. Cumming, Geo. W. Macfarlane,
Esq., Samuel M. Damon, Esq.. eamuel Parker, Eq ,
P. A. Echaefer. Esq.. I)r. T. P. Tiadale. C. Afong, Esa.. II.
Macfarlane, Esq., W. ti. Irwin, Esq., II. I.. Sheldon, Esq ,
Col Z. 8. SpauldiDg. Cecil Brown, esq., it. F. Holies, fcsq , A
Jaeger. Esq.. J. C. Glade, Esq.. James Campbell, Esq , Ily.
Cornwell, Esq., J. Moaoau i, Esq., Henry Turton. Esq.. John
Cummins, Esq., Oen J. 8. Walker, T. C. McDowell, Esq., O.
West, sq-, C T. Uulick, tsq , It. h. Hickerton, i-q-, James
Alakee, Asq., Dr. r. U. tnders, col Claus tpreckies, J. II.
Paly. Esq.. M. P. Robinson. Esq., Dr. John 8. McGrew, Capt
John Ross, J. II. B ack, E.q., U. Schmidt. Esq., A.
Kamehameha Purse, $200.
Trotting Race, to harness ; free to all horses ; mile
heat; best 2 in 3. Entrance fli. Second horse to
save his stakes.
Queen's Purse, $100.
Running Horses J free to a'l ; one mile dash ; catch
weights. Entrance! 15. Second horse to save stakes.
Open to all pedestrians ; 400 yards ; three or more to
enter. $26 to the flrst, $10 lo the second Entrance $ I.
Mechanics' Purse, $100.
Trotting Race, to harness ; for all horses bred in the
Kingdom ; mile heals ; beat 2 in 3. Entrance $&. Second
to save, stakes.
The Honolulu Cup, $250.
(Presented by Mr. M. Mclnerny) value $00. with $200
added. Running Race ; open to all horses ; 2 mile dash.
Horses 3 years old, lo carry 95 lbs.; 4 years, 105 lbs.; 6
years. 116 lbs.; 6 years and aged, l'ifl Iba. Entrance $10.
Seoond horse to save stakes.
King's Purse, $200.
Trotting Race, for double learns to wagon ; free to an
horses that hare not trotted in the Kamehauieha Purse.
2 mile dash. Entrance $16. Second horse lo save staki a.
Mule Race, $50.
Running Race ; free to all mules ; mile dash ; catch
weights. Entronce $5. Second mule to sure slakes.
Public Purse, $50. -
Hack Race ; one mile dash ; open to all horses that have
not run in previous racea ol the day, or Ihst have not
won a price in any public rare. Entrance $2. Second
horse to save stakes.
All Ciders to appear In Jockey Costume.
The Rules of the u National Association " of the American
Trotting Turl will govern the Ju ices in their decisions in
cases of disputes.
entries for the above Races must te made in writing, ac
companied with entrance fee, names of horses, owners, and
colors of rideta. Entries to be lodged with the Secretary be
fore 2 P.M. on June 2nd, 1S79. after which time no entry
will be received.
my 3 II. J. AG NEW, Secretary.
LANDS FOR SALE.
flMIE TRACTS OF LAND KNOWN AS
JL Kaiwikiand Maumau. aitutted in the District of Hilo.
Island of Hawaii, and containing an area of 600 acres, more or
less. 1 itle fee simple. Terms easy.
For particulars, apply to J. SIEMSEN,
roylO 2m or P. A. SCHAEFER k Co.
STRAYED OR STOLEN.
A BAY HORSE, BRAND ft "" 1 1
with cut on neck left side. The fiuder will be
suitably rewarded bv returning mine to
U. W. CLAKK ft EON,
ti ieen Street.
KNOW A LL M EN BY T II ESE PRESENTS,
that I. the undersigned, hereby strictly prohibit aud
forbid all persons from treipaniu upon, or taking Pigs,
Cattle, or Horses, branded or unliramled: Birds of every kind;
and from cutting Timber from the lands hereinafter specified,
ituate In Hamakua. Island of Hawaii, to wit: Uplhllala,
Kakaalaea, Hauola, Paauilo, Koholalele, Manowaikohao,
Kaao, Kekualeie, Kukaiau. Kaawikiwiki, and Kainehe.
Legal proceeding will be taken against all parties infring
ing oo my rights, mhl CliAS. NOTI.EY.
orrugated Iron Roofing !
G, 7 and 8 Feel Lcuatlts.
FOR SALE AT (my 10 41) F. A. SCHa EFER t CO.'s
From L. NcnTcld. c-rliai.
Just Received in Splendid Order
And for Sale by
myl7tf II. HACKFEI.D CO.
MACMNERYJOn Utt !
ONE NEW BOILER, 1C FEET LONG. O
feet in diameter, with 76 Inch Tubes. Made in San
Francisco by Hinkiey, Spier & Co., lately landed, ex Barken
Two New Evaporators, wrou&ht iron shells, with 2 rows of
2J inch iron pipes. Made by Pontrifex A Wood, London.
One Wrought iron Mootegus. witn copper internal ripes.
All of the above will be Sold Low for Cash. For particulars
apply to (myl7 01) C. BREWER b CO.
JUST RECEIVED !
A New Lot of P. Lorillard's
LIGHT PRESSED GOLD LEAF !
And Six aud Twrlre Inch Twi.l.
Tihs is the Finest Tobacco in the Market.
mylT ft I10LLISTER & CO.
On Kamehameha Day, June 11th, 1879.
REFRESHMENTS. PARTIES DESIRING
to erect Booths in Kapiolani Park fur the sale of Re
freshments cn Jone 11th. are hereby t-ot'.6ed that privileges
fbr the aale of Refreshments on that day will be granted. Any
one vending Refreshments without author ty will bo prosecu
ted. For particulars, apply to the
myl7 MANAGIN3 COMMITTEE.
EX LOUISE !
AN INVOICE OF
Muller's Lager Bier,
St. Paul's Beer,
Bout Meaux's Cognac Brandy,
I, 2, 3 and 4 O
Ileldsttk Champagne, Thoreaux Ciianipsgue,
Finest Clarets, ns Pomeys, Gorse, &c.
my 17 lm
For sale by ItACKFELD A CO.
Just Received from Bremen
Per German Bk. Louise,
muller's Pale Ale & Lager Beer,
Is QUARTS AND PINTi;
Geo. Goulet's Champagne,
Superior Shsrry, in kegs;
French and Rhine Wines, etc.
FOR SALE AT (my 10 4t) F. A. fiCHAKFER A CO.'s
Witiicr & Robertson
JUST RECEIVED !
A Few Twelve Inch
Scale, ten minutes. The above are made by Messrs. Though
lon A Simms, London. Also,
ONE SILVER PROTRACTOR.
, djj17 at bolt, ...
SATURDAY, MAY 24.
Lease of Government Land.
The lease for five years of one lot on the Esplanade,
SCxioO feet, will be soid by Public Auction at iba Aliiola
ta Hale on the 2?th day of June. 1879. at 12 M. Tpset
price 130 dollars per annum.
Tbe location and all ether information can be obtained
at the office ct the Interior Department.
SAMX G. WELD EE,
mylt Minister of the Interior.
Lease of Government Land.
Will be sold on Monday. June 16th. 1879, at the front
entrance of Aliiolani Hale, at 12 o'clock, at. The lease
for a term cf 10 years of the laud KULAIMANO. Hilo,
Hawaii. This land is midway Ik t ween the Onotnea and
Kanpakuea Plantations, and has an area of 37 acres, of
which 250 are good caue land, including a tract near the
aea of half a mile square. The Waiaama gulch bounds
the whole land on the south. Map may be seen at the
Interior Office. Upset price, seventy-flTe cents per acre
lr annum. Terms, payment semi-annually in advance.
SaiTl G. Wilder,
my 17 Minister of the Iuterior.
SEALED TENDERS will be received at the Interior
Office until Saturday, May 21th, at 10 A. M., for the deliv
ery of certain Irun Water Pipe, from the vessel to a point
between Richard street and the new Reservoir in Makiki.
From Richard street towards Punanou, 4000 feet 6 in.
'pipe; thence to Reservoir, 10,000 feet of 8 in. pipe.
ALSO. ti'uJers for delivery of 12,000 feet of 4 in. pipo
from a point mauka of R. Lishman's house to and past
Waikikl; also, 9.000 feet of 6 in. pipe from the bead of
Liliha street to Kunanu, thence to Reservoir opposite the
Tenders aro requested at so much per ton for each
point. All particulars can be obtained at the Interior
Office. SAMX O. WILDER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, May 11th. 1879. niylT
The following persons have been this day duly ap
pointed Agents to grant Marriage Licenses, viz.:
David Kailua, Island of Molokal.
R. W. Meyer, Island of Molokai.
D. Kapabee, Puna, Hawaii.
D. Makaliu, Hanalei and Koolau, Eauai.
Pulo Puhiula, Li hue, Kauai.
Sam'l O. Wildeb. Minister of Iuterior.
Interior Office, May btb, 1879. mylO
Notice ia hereby given that from and after July lnt.
1379, a License will be required to be taken out for the
aale of Salmon. A Retail License, which will allow the
bolder to retail any and all goods, usual under such
license. Heretofore no license has been required for the
aale of salt salmon, but the privilege having been abused
the above rule will be enforced.
Sam'l a. Wildeb, Minister of Interior.
Interior Office, May 8th, ls"i. mylO
Mr. D. S. Kajiookaxo has this day been appointed
Agent to take Acknowledgments to Contracts for Labor
in the district of North Eohala, Island of Hawaii, vice
W. Merseburg, deceased.
SaM L u. N U-deb, Minister of Interior.
Interior Office, April 28th, 187&. roylO
It Has pleased His Majesty tbe King to appoint Her
Royal Highness Princess Lieelike Governess of the Isl
and of Hawaii, vice His Excellency S. Kipi, deceased.
Iolani Palace, March 29, 1879. ap3
Sale of Government Land.
On Saturday, May 31st, 1879, at 12 o'clock noon, will be
sold at public auction at the front entrance of Aliiolani
Hale, tbe premises known as the Union Hotel, Merchant
street. Upset price $7,000.
Full particulars of boundaries and areage can be ob
tained at this office. Sam'l (i. V, ilder.
ap2G Minister or tne Interior.
Sale of Government Land.
On Saturday, May 31st, 1879, at 12 o'clock noon, will be
sold at public auction, at the front entrance of Aliiolani
Hale, that piece of laud situated at Kaluahole, Leahi, and
containing 19 acres. Upset price, f 200 for the piece.
DAM I U. ILDEB,
ap2G Minister of the Interior.
Leases of Government Lands.
On Saturday, May 31st, 1879, at 12 o'clock noon, will be!
sold at public auction, at the front entrance of Aliiolani
Hale, the following Leanea:
One niece of land situated in Manana, Ewa, Oahu, con
taining about three acres, for 10 yearn. Upset price, fifty
dollars per annum.
Those valuable tracts of land known aa Eihalani and
Pacaaloa. near to the landing of Lauuahoehoe. in the dis
trict of Hilo, Hawaii, containing about 600 acres, for 15
years. UpBet price $400 per annum.
fayments on an leanes win oe quarterly in auvauce.
Full particular of bonnilariea, . t ob
tained at this office. hisi i. G. W ilder.
ap2G Minister ol tue interior.
Mr. Geo. Bell has this day beeu appointed an Agent
for taking and certifying the acknowledgments to Instru
ments for the Diatrict of Waimea, Inland of Hawaii.
F.egibtrnr Office, Registrar of Conveyances.
April 24th. 1879.
Approved: Sam'l O. Wilder,
Minister of the Interior. ap2C 3t
Mr. Geo. Bell baa this day been appointed an Agent
to take acknowledgments to Contracts for Labor In the
District of South Kohala, Island of Hawaii, vice John
Stupplebeen, Esq., resigned.
DAM 1' VX. .1 ILl'f.n,
Interior Office, Minister of Interior.
April 23d. 1879. ap26 3t
All persons using adhesive Stamps must deface them
by writing their names across the Stamps with the date
of cancellation before the delivery of any Instrument at
this Office for record, agreeable with Section 4 of Chapter
65 of the laws of 187fi. THOMAS BROWN,
Approved: Kegistrar ot conveyances.
RAM'L G. WILDER.
Register Office, March 20th, 1879, mh22
List of Licenses Expiring in May,
Notice is hereby given that all Licenses must be ap
plied for direct to the Interior Office, and all parties are
cautioned about failing to renew expiring Licenses, and
all Sheriffs and Deputy Sheriffs have instructions to pro
secute, without discretion, any and all parties doing bus
iness without the proper License.
ftAJU l. Vt. n IIJILH,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Office, April 30, 1879. m r
OAHU 1 Grant t Robertson, cor Hotel and Fort sta,
1 L Ahlo, Ueeia, Koolaupoko
f Ah See, Liliha st, Honolulu
7 Lum Ip, Maunakea st, Honolulu
8 Ah Kat, Fish Market, Honolulu
11 E Strchz, cor Fort and Hotel sts, Honolulu
1.1 Ho Mou, cor Merchant s Alakea sts, Hon
17 J as A Hopper, Fort st, Honolulu
22 Fook Hang, Beretania st, Honolulu
24 A S Cleghorn A: Co, cor Queen and Kaahu-
manu sts, Honolulu
2G Ahuna, Kamananui, Waialua
28 Antone Femaudez, Maunakea st, Honolulu
28 Chu Sam, King st, Honolulu
28 I Fischer, Liliha st, Honolulu
MAUI 8 Ahuna & Akana. Hana
9 Chas H Dickey, Haiku
9 Chas H Dickey, Makawao
25 Chas Sylva, Wailuku
2i A Enos & Co, Wailuku
28 Kung Leung k Co, Wailuku
28 Young Hee k Co, Wailuku
HAWAII 1 Alana, Waiohinu, Eau
5 Akai, Hopuloa, South Kona
20 Goo Kim, Kahaluu, Kona Akau
KAUAI 13 Chung Tai, Waimea
18 Achon, Waimea
22 Anima, Nawiliwill
1 E P Adams, Queen st, Honolulu
24 A 8 Cleghorn fc Co, corner Kaabuuianu and
Queen st, Honolulu
OAHU 11 Ah Kol, Nuuauu st, Honolulu
11 Lum Tol. Fish Market. Honolulu
13 Ah See, Fish Market. Honolulu
14 Nee See. Beretania st, Honolulu
MAUI 28 Akela, Wailuku
MAUI 22 S Kuewa. Makawao
11 Man Chang
27 R Anrrp
1 Jim Kukona. No 28
1 Chas Hiram, Nob SO, 31
1 B H Kahaiianni. No 32
1 John Buckley, No 33
3 J C Wood. No 34
6 Kaleiai. No 35
10 P Puhalahua, No 3t
10 Atong. No 37
14 Sam'l Macy. No 38
20 Moknlehua. No 39
20 J as H lies. No 40
23 John Kawi, No 41
23 Bill Kawaa, No 42
25 Ah Qui. No 43
22 Kukahuna, No 11 niyT
r.aiKtcc PHF.MISES S I T I " A T K IN
II I LO.
M. opposite the Court House, suitable for a flrst-cla-a Hotel.
All in good oraer iiiu repair.
A 1 11 T to
J. II. CON ET, Ilooolulu,
orC. RICHARDSON. 11 ilo.
ritWO ADJACENT LOTS ON THE MACKA
JL side of YouDg Street. Nos. 82 and 23. immediately makat
of Mr T. . Thrum's residence. Title Koyal Patent, No. 10S.
Sixe of each lot, 101 leet front by 153 feet derp. Apply to
my 10 3m CECIL BROWN.
this day. For sale by
BOLI.Ed 4c. CO.
T.RESTON AND MERRILL'S.
X Jal '7
For Sale by BOLLES & CU.
' S QUANTITIES TO SUIT. FORSALEBT
L jal 79 BOLLE3 CO.
t2T Tbe oani cf IIeTeu artillery " wm
beard for a brief period on tho evening; of tbe 19th.
t3T Tbe Maile Social Club will give a reception
party on Friday evening next, at tbe IIawiian
f Tbe glorious rain his filled thtt hearts of tbe
planters with joy, and the prospects are favorable
lor ooa crops.
EL?" TbanVs are dae Captains Fuller of tbe Dit
fcovtrf, and Jenks cf tbe ITalakaua, and the Purser
' of tbe mad steamer for late papers.
ScFFixJtEXT Issued with the paper to-day win
be found very interesting, as it contains tbe foreign
news in detail, classified ander tne proper beading.
Tbe new Masonic building, on the corner of
Fort and Queen streets, is rapidly approaching com
The Library and Reading Room Association,
commence the loaning cf books to members this
Qr" Wilder & Co.'s steamer Lthua is expected
daily, as she was advertised to leave San Francisco
on the 13th inst. Foster k Co.'s steamer Iris is
expected the latter part of tbe month.
57" The electrical exhibitions lately, in the even
ings, have considerably assisted the bel'ed Hono
luluan in avoiJiog the lamp posts and mud puddles
tnat obstruct his Homeward path.
ST" The P. M. S. 8. Australia arrived in port
from Sin Francisco at 10:30 r. st. of the 19tb, and
sailed again at 9:15 a. m. on the morning of tbe
20tb inst., for Australia.
Sf Those who consulted the thermometer during
the last week, must have noticed thst the mercury
gave a reason for the butter melting, caused by
G7" None but the brave deserve tbe fare, and it
requires one of more than aversge courage to place
three "square" meals beneath his waistcoat this
Brtmsu. Benevolent Society. The annual sup
per given by the above society, will take place at
tbe Hawaiian Hotel this evening, at 8 o'clock.
Tickets to be had of the Secretary aod Treasurer.
The festival to be held at the Lyceum on
Thursday next, is got up for the purpose of realising
means to get new . books for the Bethel Church and
Sabbath School. We expect to see a full represen
tation present on the occasion.
3T The Trustees sale of the Lilikoi Sugar Plan
tation at Makawao, East Maui, belonging to the
estate of the late E. Delemar, will take place at tbe
auction rooms of E. P. Adams, on Wednesday next.
A rare chance for a speculation, as this is a desira
Gf" The ease and dexterity with which the aver
se kanaka driver can overturn an express wagon.
and deliver his passengers on the road or sidewalk
without injury, is really astonishing. Three of these
exhibitions were given during the last week, but
owing to the heavy rains, tbe condition of the ground
caused considerable dissatisfaction among those thus
A Rapid Passage. The arrival cf the clipper
barque Lalla Rookh from Glasgow, in 116 days
from pilot to pilot, is a passage that has seldom
been equalled and is an event worthy of note. This
vessel brings a large portion of the sugar maohinery
to replace that lost by tho ill-fated vessels Etkbank
and Thalia, together with a large cargo of general
merchandise, which comes to band opportunely.
The vessel and cargo, comes consigned to the house of
Q. W. Macfarlane & Co.
NEW GOODS1 NEW GOOD!! We have Just received
an assortment of new goods in our line, among which
will be found a good line of HANGING LAMPS and
CHANDELIERS. We also have an endless variety of use
ful articles for house-keeping. 37 Fort Street.
DILLINGHAM A CO.
N. B. The "QUEEN" REFRIGERATOR it the Utt.
Can be bought at a reasonable price from
n:y2t 4t DILLINGHAM k CO.
' HJ Hundred and fifty dozen Ladies Underwear of the
latest styles and patterns at the C. O. P. BAZAR.
mr Merrimack Prints, Printed and White Piques at
the C. O. P. BAZAR.
y A large assortment of Ladies Hats, Shawls, Fancy
Hose and Ties at the C. O. P. BAZAR.
7 The best Gents' White and Cambrick Shirts, Hats
and Caps, Silk aud Balbrigan Undc-rsliirts at the
. C. O. P. BAZAR.
Your choice In Cashemeres, Alapacs, Hernane
Grenadies at the C. O. P. BAZAR.
i The finest lot of Flowers, Laces, Fringes, Em
broideries and Trimmings, to be seen at the
my24 tf C. O. P. BAZAR.
A WIDE DIFFERENCE Agents for four-fifths of tbe
Pianos for sale, offer a guarantee which amounts to noth
ing more in reality than "take my word for it."
Quite different with the Stelnway Pianos, a guarantee ia
offered by a responsible bouse, who give proofs of 18
years trial of the article they offer.
M. Gray, sole authorized agent, San Francisco, Cal.
T SOMETHING NEW I TO PLANTERS, PLANTA.
tion Agents, Graziers, etc., who are in need of a light
handy machine for setting up and mending fence wire,
will find just the thing at Dillingham k Co. 'a store. Fort
street. f eb X
Mr. Cluua Sprecltela, of California, ialeada
to construct a large Ditch on the Island of Maui, for
irrigating purposes. Any person or persons willing to
excavate or dig 500 feet or more of this ditch by contract,
and be paid for such work either by the number of cubic
feet or by the number of running feet of the ditch exca
vated, are requested to apply to H. Scbusaler, Haiku,
Maui, or to Win. G. Irwin k Co., Honolulu, who will give
them tbe necessary information.
By H. SCUUSSLER.
November 23, 1878. de7
CAUTION TOJTHE PUBLIC.
To avoid imposition, purchasers of Waltbam Watches
will observe that every genuine watch, whether gold or
siver, bears our trade-mark on both case and movement.
Gold cases are stamped " A. W. Co." and guarantee cer
tificates accompany them. Silver cases are stamped
"Am. Watch Co., Waltham, Mass., Sterling Silver,"
and are accompanied by guarantee certificates, signed
R. E. Bobbins, Treasurer. The name Waltham "
is plainly engraved upon all movements, irrespective of
either distinguishing marks.
This caution is rendered necessary by reason of the
fact that our cases are frequantly separated from our
movements and put upon worthless movements of other
makers, and riot vrrta, thus affecting injuriously the per
formance of the watches and vitiating our guarantee,
which is intended to cover only our complete watches
wholly made by us. It is necessary, also, because it is so
notorious as to be a public scandal, that there is great
fraud in the metal quality of both gold and silver cases
as now generally sold. We have demonstrated by fre
quent assays that many gold and silver casea offered in
tbe market are debased from 10 to W per cent, from the
quality they assume to be. This is a fraud upon the pur
chaser, and accounts for tbe low price at which such
cased watches have been sold.
We take this occasion to announce that we have re
cently entirely remodelled the very popular (rradesof full
plate movements, known by the marks, " Wm. Ellery,"
Appleton, Tracy fc Co.," " Waltbam Watch Co.." " P. 8.
Bartlett," and " Broadway," giving to them not only a
highly improved appearance, but great additional value.
We embody in them such of the best results of our expe
rience and study for twenty years as can be usef nl in thia
popular form of watch. We give these new model watches
special recommendation to all who look for good per
formance and solid excellence at moderate cost. The
alterations have been made with the view of pleasing
practical watch makers, as well as watch wearers.
We avail ouraelves, too, of this occasion to warn tbe
public against cheap watches. The superiority of
Waltbam goods, in all grades, is now so generally ac
knowledged that our competitors, tipies and American,
seem to have no resource but to present the attraction of
low price. Their goods being inferior to ours, they have
to sell them for what they can get. Times are bard, and
people generally not knowing a good watch from a bad
one, very often allow a small price to decide them.
William Morris, the eminent English Lecturer on Art and
Labor Topics, in a recent lecture delivered before the
" Trades Guild," says :
" I kuow that the public in genen.1 are set upon having
things cheap, being so Ignorant that they do not know
when they get them nasty, also so ignorant that they
neither know nor care whether they give a man his due ;
I know that the manufacturers, so-called,' are so set on
carrying out competition to iU utmost, competition of
cbespneaa, not of excellence, that they meet the bargain
hunters half way, and cheerfully furnish them with nasty
wares at the cheap rate they are asked for, by means of
what can be called by no prettier name than fraud."
We are much mistaken if this is what the public wants
or expects, of us, at least. Good watches cannot be made
when neither workman nor employer has pride in his
occupation ; interest and pleasure in the work are both
wanting, and loth are essential to gooa watcn-niaKing.
Low price, especially in watches, means low gcALnv,"
W ITH LOW PEBVOKMAXCE AND HIGH REPAIRS.
Our mission was, and our bnsiness is, to make kood
watches, whatever the cost ; holding firmly to this single
purpose, we have seen improvement in quality and re
duction in cost, by means of discoveries and improve
ments in machinery and by natural causes, go steadily on
together, until we can truly say, Waltham Watches, In
their respective grades, are the best watches made, and
aa to the lower grades, they are within reach of every
body who earns wages. Our prices are as low as they
ought to be, and aa low a"they will be. Watches cannot
be made for nothing, even by machinery. We say to the
public, buy a good watch while you are about it, and pay
a proper price for it. The more you pay an honest dealer
the better satisfied you will be in the end ; don't be de
celved by cheapness quality descends faster than price.
For American Watch Co., of Waltham, Mass.
R0BBINS & APPLETON, General Agents,
apl9 New York, U. 8. A.
7 All the above Line of Waltham Watches for Sale at
the Store of M. McINERNY, Sole Agent for this Kingdom.
Also, Agent for the GORHAH STERLING SILVER
WARE. The Trade Supplied at LOWEST PRICES. ap26 3iq
Mi sic Tic Band will play this afternoon at
Emma Square, at half-past 4 o'clock Tbe following
la the programme :
March We Don't Want to Fitht ..,
Ovrt iireThe Concert st Coutt
Selection Tbe femnambula
English Menu Kuipt- and Queen, (new)..
Selection Prince M. tliuaalcui, inew)
Vocal Galop Queen Victoria
, . .Levey
OrriCERs Elected At tbe mcetine of Taclfia
Hose Co. No. 1, held last MonJay evening, tbe fol-
lowing ofScera were elected for tbe ensuing term of
one year: Foreman, M. J. Girrick; Awistant Fore-1
man, Geo. C Stratemejcr; Secretary, M. It Col-1
born; Treasurer, W. L. Hopper; Delegate, Jaliaa
flat New Coxscl roa Hosoi.fLC.Mr John Mor- '
tn, the newly appointed Consul for Honolulu, baa
arrived ia Sin Francisco from tbe East, and ia atop
piog at tbe Grand Hotel. lie will remain in Cal
ifornia tome time before leaving for bit post of duly,
lie Is accompanied ty bis brother-in-law, Mr Dial
Thomas, of Portland, Maine.
Baicr Mkxtiok. lepuiy County Treasurer Caase- ,
btihm iu San Franci.co, Coding that be was di.
corcred in aa embeuiement of 20,000 of the city
funds, abut binuclf at Lis rt.'ulcnca la that city.
Hie last letter says: "I was tempted Into atock
speculation by A. Auttin, and aa I always Lave
borne a good name, I cannot make tip my inStd to
be arrested and prosecuted, but lather follow tbe
example of tbe equally unfortunate A. A."
STKAwnfcKKit. lu l!uitciai)i uto wckly Union
of May 7ih, wc tiotici ua iu-ui in regaid to tbe
bore fruit, which f.ijs : Wo received jcbtrrilay,
from E. F. Aiken, whose ranch is about a mile rant
of East Park, a sample ol slrawboi i ice grow u on
his premises: They aie vl tliu vsiicty, known as
' BoyJan's No. SO,' and of iauuv-n slzi1, some uf
them being over lx incbi-sin circumference, whiU
In flavor they are equal to any." Them in no
doubt but that this delicious fruit woulJ gtuvr aa
large on these islands as they do lu Sacrunn utci
valley, if they received tho proper cultivation.
Theatrical. The ei .oi mance at the theatre n
last Saturday evening is not really woitliv ot iiirn-
tion. further tbun lo iufoim the" few foreign ladies
who left nborlly alter the ci'iuiuencenient, that lb-y
lost nothing (savo the money they pnid) by so do
ing. Tho natives who apt-is'.ed were lbe only per-
bods in the company capable of giving even a pas
sable performance, and they done very well, con
sidering tho opportunities they have kinl to learn,
and showed that if taken in prpr hands, J hey
might eventually turn" to nine account. Tha
singing of the ballad "Tk this Letter lo my
Mother," affected every one in thw bouse, with
symptoms of the smite, cctnpluiiit, 'which it wms up-
posed the young man was laboi inj under, but Lu
persevered lt tho end, nnd it la to be hoped that
the Inter was curiied, and LU mother called.
Avortrt ok Trial. We Lave received a sample
f the noted Egyptian corn, the staple articlo of food
f those Lardy " children of lbs desert," the Arabs,
and by them called dhowra." Experiment have
lately been made ia growing this corn In various
parts of San Joaquin valley, California, and all
reports speak of the attcmps as being very auccmful.
Tbe yield of this corn is usually double that of
Indian corn, and the meal Is said to make delicious
bread. To assist in its introduction into this Kin.
dom, Messrs. Laine & Co., on the Esplanade, Lave
it on hand and are willing to supply parties with
scod for experimental purposes, gratuituosly, and as
one report we have read says eighty bushels to tbo
acre were harvested from one field it rcaliy seems
to be desirable that planters should give it a tilul.
Solved. Last week a cloud of mystery hiinir
around tho name, of ono of tho two stt-umers which
are to form an adjunct to tur inter-islnnd convey-
ances, and whose arrival wns, has been, and now
Is, expected daily. Tho secret was w ell kept, un
til tue expected mail srourm-r forced tho sealed
lips to ope," and Mopduy morning Wilder & Co.
bulletin informed guessers nnd ner.-jueaaert that
the name was Lel.ua. The name Lehna is that of
a small inland ol our group, aud lies northwest
from Niihnu; it is uninhabitable save by sea birds,
nnd few persons In times pint Lnve even heard its
name. Lebua " in native rendered Into English
means tho "everlasting flmvr," and ft may have
some reference to the rose whom all arc praising
and who has always been regarded ns the flower
of the family. The successful competitors were
three in number, viz : Mrs. Melu liose. Mr. 8. P.
Wuhiiienui, and Air. Kitehualii, und tbewo peisona
in consequence of dincloslnir the nninu. will hn
compelled to lake fiec passages foi the spuce cfA I
one year. """
Fkovi Maui. A correspondent on Maul sends us
tho following, under date of May 20th, from Hama
Y Wo have had plenty of rain for Ihe past Ibree
wecKB. Mncu tho win of April not a day has
passed without somn rain. Tho planters are will
ing to have it let up now, us tbey want to polish
the grinding, and it is bud work ban II tig cane out .
of tho fields w ith mud axle deep.
The big mill in in fu!l blast un.I tinning out
Tho Hawaiian Commercial Company have finish'
ed the pipe across Maliko gulcl', so they can now
run the water of Halebakii into the great Maui
deseit in abort order. The men arc divided into
three gangs, a small company is occupied fJuIsbing-
up the ditch at this end, another laying pipes, and
the largest part are away inside extending the
ditch beyond Halehaku.
A Chinaman named Acbong was drowned while
trying to cross ono of tho toirenls near Koolan,
last Saturday night.
Honolulu Library axo Rkakiso Koom. la ac
cordance with the notice given in our last issue, the
library will be opened for tbe issue of books to mem
bers this (Saturday) evening, at 7 o'clock. The
number of volumes on tbe shelves at tbe present
time, is four hundred end fifty, embracing an excelA
lent assortment of works of various kind, botb
solid and light. We are also pleased to koow that
there are some two or three Lundred volumes more
in tbe possession of the association, whiub will be
pnt on the shelves and placed at the disposal of
membera as fast as tbey can be covered, labeled,
catalogued and arranged. Contributions cf all
kinds of readable books are earnestly requested.
and will be put to (be best use. Some cf tbe oon- j
tributions already received and noticed iu our col- .
umos, have been exceedingly liberal, but Ihe great
body of our book owning people are still to be beard
from. Tbe cost of fitting up and furnishing tbe
rooms, together with tbe current expenses for rent,
attendance, lights, &c, will absorb tbe entire
amount of tbe first year's current income of the
association, leaving the accumulation of books for
tbe library to be provided fur st present entirely by.
More Thoroughbreds for Honolulu. Tbe Alia
says that Col. Cbas. II. Judd, an enthusiastic lover '
of fine horses, bss arrived in that city from a trip to
the E.stern States with a number of promising
young trotters to take over to Lis island home.
They a'l come from tbe celebrated Forestown Stock
Farm at Lexington, Kentucky, and were raised by
General W. T. Withers. The following is a de
Boswell, b , 15; hands high, foaled April, 1K75; aired
by Almont, son of Alexander's Abdallab; 1st dam, Kelly
B, by Kertley's Patchen; id do, Sophie, by Alexander's
Edwin Forrest; 3d do, by barker's Brown VI lot; 4th do,
Triumph, br e, foaled 1877; sired by Rtrader's Cassina
M Clay, Jr; dam, Martin mare, thoroughbred.
Roberta, bay filly, foaled May, 1877; sired by trader's
C M Clay, Jr; 1st dam, Hally Woodford, by Alcalde, sir
of Mambrino Chief; 2d dam. a thoroughbred marc.
Mary Stamps, bay filly, foale.t A.,ril, 1874; sired by
Almont; 1st dam. Lady Warwick, by Delmonlco, son of
Derby, with a record of 422; 2d dam, trader's C M Clay,
Jr; 3d dam. Hunt's Commodore, son of Mambrino; 4th
dam. bv Tounn's Tilot, 3 r, son of Old Pilot : 6th dam. fine
Northern mare. 1
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Isola, tay hliy, losieu apru, jo. i ; ncu uj nimoui; i .
dam, Irene, by Herr's Boston, son of Boston, aire of Lea.
Ington; 2d dam, Isola, by Bertiand, son of Sir Arrhla. I
Ora.'le. bay fillv, foaled April, 1K77: sired by Almont;
1st dam, dam of Sentinel, Jr. by Nell Robertson, aon of
Imp Olencoej 2 dam, by 1 noine-a Ulencoe, son of Imp
Elena- 3-1 dam, by Gray Eagle, the four-mile race horse, .
. .... Mil-- l.i.l AnHl 1 k77 . .1 --..I l.
Alamo, son of Almotit; 1st dam, Blgma, by Alexander 'it .
Norman, son of Lulu, record -.15. jn
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