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Tat grneral aspoct of trad, for tb put wk ku
trvtard no dl.poslrJotj tochangw from the cbarartertatle
flnr thai bu raleU for tL nt mutttb. there) seeming
ly bntj I!ttl tar Unati'-a among VttyerB to purchase
beyond Ktiul neeiU, cr t fill special rdert. Ab-1 we
could wUu to obrT tlie .sine caottuas tptrlt gul Jin
ovr Importer, in their B-jrta to provide fur the tuti of
trad lastal of the lavish. Importation that acem. now
to t to nil from the nninber of foreign vela en
rowte to ttl. pert all heavily l.!rn. While It Is not t-
to gainsaid that we arc In tbe fuidt of a season, or prbl
of proepertty through the Impetus 0 Ten to U branch,
of trad by tha treaty of reciprocity with tba Cnited
State., and th favor of aupU ralna to Insure Bucceaaf ul
cropa to our planter, tbera la nevertheless, aa apparent
danger ahead of disaster ami J prosperity that we should
gutnl oorselTM against, and tba aurest method would b
to saa that our Imports axe within oar ei ports, or that we
nave not to pay for mora than we hsTS to pay with. This
Baa been the cans cf our limited exchange fr acme
time pet, which, with the free forwardance now of pro
duce we trust will soon afford aa relief.
Our weather rather partakes of an unsettled nature,
nueual for this time of the year, which makes the coast
ing business quite erratic, and the departure of vessels
with produce for 8aa Francisco equally uncertain.
We hare this week the new steamer Lehna of Messrs.
Wider k Co, which arrived on Monday afternoon last In
11 day and 23 hours from Ban Francisco.
The other foreign arrivals for the week have been the
La Olronde with lumber from Uambolt, Moro Castle
with assorted merchandise from Xew York, after a splen
dld run of 119 days, and the Zephyrua from Mazatlan,
The departures have not been as free as were looked
for, the Forest Queen for San Francisco, being the only
one so far for the week with cargo of domestic produce,
valued at $46,73X39. The Kalakaua and Lady Lampoon are
both loading, aa also the Bonanza, to get off early next
week, to be followed by the Discovery.
Our next arrival from tie .coast will probably be the
H W AJmy with dates to a'oout the 30th Inst.
The sale at auction of the lilikot Sugar Plantation,
which waa to have taken place on Wednesday test, was
postponed till Saturday, June "th. The sale of theffnion
0otl premises takes place to-morrow. May 31st, and on
Thursday next, Mr Adams will bold a credit sale to close
tonal (rumen ta.
V 1L05C THE WHlttTKS.
' At Tlbbets k Borra sou's wharf the missionary packet
Morning Star, is taking In supplies, ke, tut the mis.
elonartee at Micronesia, she will sail about Jane 10th;
also, at the aams wharf the Haw btne Storm Bird is
being overhauled, and will fit again for another voyage to
the South Sea Islands for laborers.
At the Old Custom House wharf the hue line clipper
bark Mono Castla, 130 dsys from Sew Tork, Is discharg
ing a general cargo of merchandise.
At Brewer k Co's wharf the Haw bark Kalakaua Is load
ing sugar for Baa Francisco, for which port she will sail
on Monday or Tuesday next.
The bark Lady Lam peon is loading suar at Brewer k
Co's wharf, and will probably sail for San Francisco on
Ttsdsy or Wednesday next. The ach La Glrande is
discharglag lumber at ths Esplanade opposite the Cus
The bark Lai la Rookh 1 discharging heavy machinery
at the old steamship wUarf. She will probably be laid
on foe San Francisco.
At the foot of Fort street the bktne Piscovery, Is ready
fur freight for Saa Francisco, for which port she will
sail about Jane 10th.
The Am ship Oen Butler Is discharging coal at the P M
8 S duck; also, at the asms dock the Am eohr Bonanza. Is
loading for Saa Francisco to sail soon.
The Am bgtne Josephine is In the stream, ready for sea.
The Haw achr Nettle Merrill. U fitting out for a voyage
to the South Sea Islands for laborers.
The Brit bark Zephyrua which has been anchored out
slds all ths week, was towed Into port yesterday morning.
It la rumored that she will proceed to the South Sea
Islands for laborers.
POUT Or HOUOIsTJIsTJ. H. I.
Hay 24 Am achr La Giroede. Geoereaax IS dye from Eureka
2ra Usw stmt Lehsa, Beck ley, 11 Irom au Fraociseo
jTla It VMS vaMW, Jiwnt, iiu;i n
27 Brit bk Zephyrua, Walker, 33 dais from Maxatlan
May ST Am bk Forest ftseen, Wallace. lor Ban Francisco
V ' for Usaolalss frtua Fsrelgst Ports.
Am bk asrlbaldi. Newcastle, SBW.
Bet ship eteotner, Liverpool, doe
Britbk Itoveoby, Glasgow, doe July t-10
Ass ship Oov Goodwin, Glasgow doe Aog 20-33
Asa bktne Catherine Sodden, Newcastle. N U W
Brrt bk stormy fetrel, Glasgow doe Acg (-10
akin lUiraKnir. LieerDOoL due A or 1-1
An tpsl e:hr Eustace, Saa Francisco. sailed May M,vUKahu!ui
Haw bk liurprise, Newcastle. nw, oue
Mk K,im Viniet- Booth Sea Islands, due June 1-5
Ass scbr D 8 Williams. Saa Francisco, lur 11 ik, sailed May 10
Am bk H W Aloay, Ban Francisco, due Jane a-o
lite etmr I ris, 8n Fran, fat Cosier at Co, due 1 one 5-10
Ass bktne Amelia, Port Blakeley
Uri star Zealandia, Sydney, lae June 9
Am stair City of New York. Kn If !. see June 10
sVaa HOC Murray, San frsncittco, dae Jane 6-10
Am ship Bepobtie, Uongkoog. doe June 10-14
Am bk Amy Turner, New York, (via Boston) loading May 2
Brit betas The Charlie. New York, loading May 2
Am bkioe Jos Perkins, Port Gamble, due June 1-6
VKSSELS IN I'ORT.
Am bgtne Morning Bear, Bray
Get bk Louise, Meyer
11a bftae Storm Bird, Jackson
Brit bk Leila Bookb, Bender
Am bgtne Josephine, Oxllvie
Am bktne Discovery, fuller
Haw bk Kslakana, Jenks
Brit bk Lady Lam peon. Mars ton
Am srbr Boos ma. Miller
Am ship Gen Butler, Byder
Am scttr La Glroode, Geoereaux
Asa bk Macro Castle, Jewel
Brit bk Zepbyrus Wslker
From Humboldt Per La aeroode. May Xfl 130,195
aK it ann kn SOD sb ahlnelea. 9000 DOS IS.
rJ a.. Vrmnclaea Per LehuB. May 27 I10.0O0 g
cola) and evo pkgs general mdse.
. . , . ,i,.b.. limm i
WOO, sole psie wva sou www" ww t L m ps . -pkgs
agricultural implemeols, bSi cases kerosene oil, 367 pkgs
- . . - - - j- .1 . vt . - Mulniwr, 1A& nks raw.
i i 1 lt lua W 1 m rm A 1 nbf, fur.
ttlll, PB gsniWTJ wuv, saw y S S-" --,
For Ban Trandsco Per Forest Qseen, May 288550 pkf
sugar, 300 bars rice, 30 bags peanuts, ii pkgs miscellaneous
article. Value dam J&0.7UX Ji.
For Saa Franrlsco- -Per Forest Queen. May 2 A H
8teunlng. Capt Bwbanan. Chas Saury, L Joseph and
wife. U P Folsom, Thos M'XTune. C B Peterson.
From Baa rrandseo Per Lehua. Msy 37 Aug Ahrens
II W TooL
wn, Tshnlnl Pre Kilanea II.nl. Msv 31 Col W
a P a Jonae. Btshon Willis. Y Bannins;. J Kitson. W
Foster, C Macfarlaa. Miss BlAop, Mrs W H Cornwall
Willis r alley, 4 others and 30 arcs.
H-bxcw At Kawalhae. May 33d. 1S79. of hemorrage of
the Injurs, Welch, aged about so years.
Notice to Creditors.
yt undersigasd ass been appointed Executor of the last
wUI and testament cf Akoog of liooolulu, deceased, and all
- . m .A - - - .i-,m. Hi,fv .nthMitiesteil
wbeaarr secured by aiortgste or otherwise, at bis office on
Kaabuasaoa Stress, m Honolulu, within six mouths from the
date Bsiaul or toey win sw rTer bwtw, auu u -
. ..... . . ... w - L s Jk m ma W A iwipii,!.
acixsq ae suas mw are mtmj -
... - .f.V f nibTwDlnuf
payment uereoi. a,s . .
ir i t I Till mnA Tnlinnl Of AlODS. deCCSSea
DaMd at Moooiom, April 33. !;.
AT KALI II I Cktekew Rssrb.sve.
i TdeetMigBorea oerasatre ncs, ' f?t
:ZzLmm Crowa Frioce. Bobtee sod Sam bo tomilies.ii .nl
sww fuy fee ass and fee sales
1 BerUklrt Bear, 10 onths 4t $12.
1 BerksUrt Bur, 11 tki !., 112.
Beth ef these pigs were awarded the Silver Cop at the Sac
ramento State Fais by the com bb litre so dwioc.
PHf sf Berkjhlre Pigs, $20 te $100 each,
aeoordiag te number . age and condition, being about one half
IM piice charged la the xaatcra staiea aor iaoroinin
Parties wishing pigs esa leave orders now, as IS Utters win
come tola July and Asgust next. Asaress,
say! A. UESBLBT. DawalUn Hot t
Oavts, Bran, Barley, Corn,
Ground Barley. Ground Oats.
Cracked Corn and "Wheat for Chickens
A TINB LOT OF
IEW ZEAsLAiI OATS
GROUND FEED ALWAYS OK HAND !
And warranted good, resh Crnlsi.and It is
Porty to Fifty per cent, more Economical
than Whole Grain, and we Sell
it at the same Price.
A Lot of Fresh California Lime,
Al $2.23 per Barrel 1st Lrata.
LAIMC tr CO.
Working Oxen for Sale.
lOO Head Gael WorlilaK Oxesi For
'-.: Sal at Wailoka. Maui. For particulars inquire
:r of the Managsrs of ths Waihika Plantatioa or ol
C. BilEWAB sk CO.
SATURDAY. MAY 31.
Kotlre Is hrby Riven that all Commnnlcatlons In
tended for b-i.iuri with the Advmtiseb Pmisrrrso
F-srant iHvt!rr, n.tut be a-ldressed to the undersigned.
Sal-w-rtW-rs b'f subsrriptions are doe for the.
Advcbti.cb. are rerec-tful!y rfjnMted to settle the ssnie
withont farther notice.
Sulcrlbers will please rrmeabfr, that when aubscrlp
tluns are jsid for In advance, the .rice is only Fits
Dollsbs a Tksb. J. H. BLACK.
Honolulu. Jsn. Ixth. HT9. fuUUfur and Proprietor.
We return once more to the subject of Chinese
immigration, and we would in all eeriousces
ask the etatesinen vrLo control the destinie of
tbU nation, wtere tl.ej suppose tbia tLing is to
end. Tbe eTils present ar-d prospectife wLich
are tbe necessary and inevitable coneequeoce of a
continuance of tbe present policy, or rather lack
of policy, on tils subject are patent to all observ
ing and thinking men. These etila we bare felt it
oar duty to point oat again and again in tbe past,
and however little impression we may seem to bare
made thus far, we shall conhiJer it our duty to
continue to point them out and emphasize them
in the future until either our rulers are brought
to the point of taking some action commensurate
with the magnitude and seriousness of the ques
tion, or until failing in such efforts we shall hare
reached that point of national ruin and social
and business disintegration where further eSorts
will be useless. If the latter alternative shall be
our fate, there will remain to us at least the
satisfaction, melancholy though it be, of feeling
that we have done our duty in the premises.
Within the last three or four years the number
of Chinese in this country bas increased about
three-fold. They are still coming and all indica
tions point to their continuing to come in still
larger number in the future, and what is more
the quality of this immigration is likely to grow
worse as its volume increases. Formerly we bad
our laborers direct from China, now we get them
from San Francieco, and the concurrent testi
mony of those familiar with the subject is to the
effect that they arc less reliable as a class, more
tricky and dishonest, and decidedly inferior
in the qualities required to make a desirable
population. Under the operation of the new
State Constitution just adopted in California, the
exodus of Mongolians from the land of gold to
tbe land of sugar and rice is likely to receive a
great impetus. This Constitution, in some res
pects a masterpiece of demngogueism and igno
rance, so commended iteclf to the moro ignorant
and needy of tbe population as to tccure its
adoption by a large popular majority. Denounced
by most of the newspapers of the State, opposed
by a majority of the representatives of capital,
enterprise and intelligence, its defeat to the
superficial observer seemed all but certain, but
one thing and one alone in our opinion saved it
and that waa the anti-Cbineso clause. The con
viction deeply instilled into the minds of the
lower classes, that under the new Constitution
"the Chinese must go," secured its adoption in
spite of its glaring defects and the opposition of
most of what are generally considered to be the
representatives of public opinion.
Virtually driven out of California by being for
bidden to earn their living by the only means of
livelihood open to a large class of them, where
shall the Chinaman go? Back to China ; no in
deed, not if be can help it ; or at any rate not
until be shall if possible accumulate cash enough
to make him comparatively independent in that
land of cheapness. He will couio to these islands
and he will como in increasing numbers so long
as the sugar planter is willing to birc him.
Let this only go on a few years longer and
among the certain results will be the destruction
of the native race, the loss of our national inde
pendence, and the utter ruin of every class of for
eigners except possibly a few of tho wealthy plan
tation owners, with their agents and immediate
dependents. This appears to be the entertain
ment to which the dominant interest of these inl
ands is inviting us.
Now bow do our shopkeepers and trades
men, who are being rapidly crowded out of the
retail trade in Honolulu and in every other town
on the islands, like the prospect? How does it
striko the mechanics of various kinds, carpen
ters, cabinet-makers, shoe-makers, tailors, tc,
who have families to provide for and who Cod
themselves daily squeezed tighter and tighter by
tbe competition of the Chinaman who in iiiob
instances has no one to support but himself?
And finally how docs the prospect please the na
tive Hawaiian, who in some respects has more at
stake than any one else. The white man is in
most instances but a stranger and a sojourner;
he came hero from another land, and if hard
pushed can return thitber again and be amons
bis own race and kind. There he is fitted to live,
and there be can in some fashion bold his own
But the poor Hawaiian has no such resource
This is bis country, bis native land. There is no
other land to which be can go, no other in which
he is fitted to live. His only refuge is tbo grave
and into that, it appears to be the desire of many
among us who boast themselves as civilized, and
who would like to be considered as Christians,
that be should go as soon as possible.
The situation is becoming, nay bas already be
come critical, and it behooves all classes of our
people who have anything at stake, to give the
matter their serious consideration and bestir
themselves to devise and apply a remedy before
it is too late. If not they will have themselves
chiefly to thank for the ruin which is now im
pending. We make this appeal to their self-
interest as being tbe only appeal likely to be
heard or heeded.
We are in duty bound to object to the contin
ucd influx of Chinese males and no females, that
is now going on. It is nothing to the merits of
the case that, as we are told, tbe Chinese females
are difficult to be got, or that our agricultural
enterprises need labor, and that the Chinese is
the most available. The questions come up and
we cannot dodge them shall we coolly sacrifice
the Hawaiian race beyond the possibility of re
demption and devote these fair ielcs to the pos
session of tbe " heathen Chinee," for tbe sake of
immediate pecuniary gain ? Are we not penny
wiee and pound-foolish in oar present policy or
rather want of policy ?
Wc once more solemnly urge upon His Majes
ty's government tbe paramount importance of the
question of the disparity of the sexes in connec
tion with tbe subject of the male Chinese immi
gration that is coming in upon us like a flood.
And we ask, in tbe name of the Hawaiian people
and for the future interests of the country, that
some prohibitive measures be taken, as soon as
possible, to ward off the threatened destruction
tbat it requires no prophetic vision to see is even
now at our very doors. Let us have no further
addition to our male Chinese population, unless
accompanied by a due proportion of females.
next, June 7tb, a Concert of vocal and instrumen
tal music will be given at Kawait.bao Church, un
der tbe direction of II. IL II. the Heir Apparent,
the proceeds to be devoted to the fund for the re
pair or the Church. We nnderstand that an extra
musical treat may be looked for on this occasion
uioiuutrnwuDU vei Known no a rnxa al nf
ability and taste having devoted considerable time
in supervising the rehearsals of tha ftintTAra
1 - T t . .. "
jwuu una luiwiii oe ina Hawaiian hl n.
iuua wuuana t aianika, wbo bas a voice of
lucuiuparaom natural sweetness and power : Mr
Mosea Hiram tbe well known
The PaMion Flay. j
When Salmi advertised the dramatic rendering
, , n.- : J, r, i
of the ra.on at the Grand Opera House in ban
Francifco, the public sentiment of the community
was aroueed against such a display. Ministers
preached against it, and tbe press with one accord
protested. The City government was appealed
to, to prevent the project from being carried out,
by injunction. In spite of all, however, tbe Tas
sion Play baa been rendered nightly to large
audiences. I am free to confess that neither the
opposition of the clergy, who hardly knew what
they were talking about, nor of tbe press, which
numbers not a single representative of decent
fair play, not to speak of christian charity, in
the treatment or the Chinese element of tbe popu
lation of tbe state, were of sufficient consequence
t) me to prevent my attendance.
The play opens with tbe " presentation in the
temple," in which after a fine prelude or Back's
music by the orchestra, and a large chorus or
men and women in the temple, a number or
mothers bring their infants to tbe priest for bis
blessing; when finally Mary comes, Simeon
starts up and utters, nunc dimiltis, but a pro
phetic announcement of the character and future
of the child, a kind of inferior paraphase of its
simple and eloquent rendering of tbe New Testa
ment. The high-priest is scanaausea at aimeon s j
prophecy, and sends a messenger to inform j
Herod. Joseph ia warned in a dream to take his '
family to Egypt, and a centurion sent by Herod
to kill the child, becomes his protector, and sup
plies animals for tbe flight.
" The massacre or the innocents," is the next
act, and forms a brilliant and striking scene with
the Eomafc soldier, the flying women, the pic
turesque costumes, and the surrounding wild and
rugged landscape, and closes with an effective
tableau in which the frightened mothers lowering
before the soldiers, vainly strive to shield their
infants from tbe uplifted daggers.
The death of John the Baptist," follows
next, and is the most successful act of the play.
Tbe fierce determination and vindictive passion of
Herodias, which however are not sufficient to
sweep away the scruplca which Herod with hia
easy-going generosity, and his fear of the Jews,
entertains toward tho proposed assassination or
John ; the conspiring or the mother with the
daughter, to obtain by strategy what she had
railed in by entreaty ; tho beautiful dance by
Salome and her companions before Herod ; tho
promise and tbe request ; the agonised consent
wrung from Herod ; the bringing in of the
charger with its shuddering reception by Salome,
and the bard, cold triumph of Herod, together
with the brilliant costumes, and tbe rich musical
accompaniment, form a chapter of exceeding and
tragic interest, and offer in their varied incidents
abundant opportunity for the highest dramatic
The next three acts, entitled tho " Brook of
Kedron," the Garden of Gethsemane," and
the " Gabatha," deal specially with some of tbe
incidents in the personal experience or Christ,
which are familiar to readers or tbe Gospels
bringing out prominently bis familiar conver
sations with bis disciples, the last supper, the
agony in tbe garden, and the betrayal by Judas,
and the subsequent trial before Pilate. Although
the more intense and tragic features of this ex
perience are beyond the possibility or any
adequate artistic delineation, yet the acting,
ended as it was by tbe appropriate circumstances
or scenery and costumes, was realistic and at times
wonderftilly effective. The imagination was ear"
ricd back across the long Btretch or eighteen
hundred years, as no mere recital or picture
could have carried it back, and the tender pathos
of those scenes or the world's great crisis, becamo
more real and tangible than before. Especially
where the beauty and grace of Christ's character
cmphasieed, and with a reverent appreciation
that won for its best reward the silent applause
The last act, " it is finished,'" was not given.
I cannot Bay much for the literary character of
Salmi's Passion Play ; the simple narrative of
the Gospels is a good deal changed ; great
liberties are taken with the chronology or events,
and the words or the different persons or tbe story
are losely paraphrased, and all with the evident
aim at an improvement or the old familiar ren
derings, as well as greater originality, and the
exhibitions of the author's literary style. The
result is unfavorable in every way. An inferior
abstract of the history of Christ is offered, in
which much of the dignity and eloquence is
welded out and replaced with shallow lan
guage and showy modern wor is. Cut even with
these injurious changes, the play, edited in a
reverent spirit, has not failed, as it could not fail,
of an exceeding interest and effect.
Tbe question of the propriety or morality or
such an exhibition bas been much discussed in
San Francisco in connection with Salmi's enter
prise, with a prevailing public sentiment against
it. Much of this opposition is doubtless due to
that kind of thoughtless inertia which always pro
tests against unaccustomed things ; whilo with
many whose lives are wholly inconsistent with
Christ's life, it is rather superstitious than a re
ligious feeling. The argument against the
propriety of using the sacred story, as a means of
profit would weigh also against the trade in
books and pictures on the same subject. In the
rendering of the Passion Play on the stage no
charge or levity or irreverence can be brought
against any part or the performance ; it was
characterised by an appropriate solemnity
throughout. If there is any well grounded argu
ment against dramatic renderings of this kind, it
probably lies in that personal interest which all
christians have in Christ, and in all the signi
ficant events of this history, an interest, the
intimate and sacred character of which docs not
diminish with tbe passage or time. It Is the
same reason which would forbid the public repre
sentation of the private history or any man now
living, or whose immediate friends and relatives
might be now living. We cannot without pro
test, see the things most sacred to ourselves made
subjects of general interest, where that interest is
based on curiosity, or the love or sensation. We
can only share these things with thoso who bold
a similar relation to them, and who sympathise
with feelings or affectionate reverential interest.
Were it not for tbe fact that we have been ac
customed to the exhibition of sacred pictures, in
general picture galleries, the idea would 6hock us
The original creation of such works waa moved
by religious devotion, and tbe works themselroa
intended as the consistent completion of christian
cnurcDe. Aitnouzn many are doubtless derl
111 IILUI UUCV11UUS UT 1UB aSBlOn 1' tT.
who otherwise would not be directly reached at
ail, yet it is true that tbe theatre cannot he
reneu on, as either a definite school or morals
or religion. It would seem on the whole thai
the public dramatic renderings of the storv nf
-v-f- i:e . j . , " J
viinow a me ure unuesiraDie, Dot at tlie same
time, so ion as such renderings are reverends-
and consistently given, there is no immorality in
volved, nor any reasonable ground for legal
interference. Saxdfohd. B. Dole.
Boston, April, 1879.
FIRE DEPARTMENT NOTICE.
The Annual - Election of Engineers
lor the nonolala Fire Dtptrtmtnt,
JyiLX. TA KE PLACE IN THE IIOL'SE OP
w Mechanic Kngioe Company No. a,
On Monday Evening, June 2,
folia opeo from 7 to 9 o'clock.
Honolulu, May 30, 87.
CHAS. T. GCLICK, Secretary.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
S.ts Fraxcisco, May 14. From the incomplete
returns, calculations cue iuc lcovui majority in
Constitution at 9.949. J J
Washington, May 13. Ex-Mlcister Scbecck is
very ill and hia friends are very apprehensive, as it is
thought he has a serious attack of Cright's disease.
Washington, My 13. The resolatioa recently in
troduced in the House by Garfield authorizing the
Secretary cf War to issue rations to colored refugees
in Kansas was called up for action in Committee, and
a proposition to report the metsare to the bouse with
favorable recommendation was rejected. This vir
tually kills the measure.
Providence (R. I.), Msy 13. A meeting was held
at tbe State House to-night to consider the exodus of
Southern negroes and devise means for their relief.
Addresses were made by President Robinson, of
Brown Univesity ; Capt. J. M. Addeman, Secretary
of State, several ministers and others. Resolutions
were adopted expressing sympathy with the colored
people of the South flying from their homes on ac
count of persecutions, and promising aid.
Washington, May 13. At the Cabinet meetinx to
day, the subject of the double standard was discussed
at considerable length in connection with tbe more
recently expressed views of European nations on the
subject, and it was understood Secretary Evarta
would re-open correspondence with foreign Govern
ments looking to fresh negotiations for the adoption
of a dual standard.
Washington, May 13. The Senate Finance Com
mittee bas authorized Bayard to propose, as an
amendment to the pending Legislative, Executive and
Judicial Appropriation bill, tbat $20,000 be appro
priated ' For Diplomatic and Consular service, to be
expended in the discretion of the president." Tbe
purpose of this appropriation is for establishing, if
possible, through diplomatic agencies, a common in
ternational ratio of value between gold and silver
Richmond, Msy 13 The miscegenation case of
Edmand Kenney, colored, and Mary Susan Hall,
white, confined in the Virginia Penitentiary for vio
lation of tbe State Statutes prohibiting white and col
ored citizens intermarrying, was before the United
States Circuit Court to-day. Judge Hughes presiding,
upon a writ of habeas corpus. The cbief ground al
leged in the petition is that the Act cf the Legislature
of tbe State of Virginia making it a penal ofiense for
white and colored citizens to intermarry, is contrary
to the Constitution and laws of tbe United States,
and void. Tbat marriage having been celebrated in
the District of Columbia, and valid there, must be
valid throughout the United States. Decision re
served, Hongkong, May 13. General Grant and party
nave sailed tor Japan. All well.
Londox, May 13. Germany sold 100,000 of
eilver yesterday, at 504,d. per ounce.
Rome. May 13 , The Pope to-day presented
the bcretta to the newly-appointed Cardinals.
He said be felt that in appointing Dr. Newman
be rendered a signal service to tbe Church, to the
Sacred College, and to society. . .
The young German prince Ueinrich is expected
to arrive daily in Yokohama on a pleasure tour.
Extensive preparations have been made for his
reception and entertainment.
The second general industrial exposition in Tc-
klo is announced lor Isol.
A marine insurance corporation is to be started
immediately in Japan by a body of wealthy
nobles, combined with the Mitsu liisbi Steamship
The latest census gives Tokio a population of
Supreme Court In Probate.
At Chambers Before Mr. Justice JudJ.
Estate of Elmo llauuil (k), deceased. Petition of A P
Ealaukoa, husband of Lulia, a second cousin of decedent
for letters of administration on tbe above estate. Tbe
Court after bearing tbe evidence appointed V C Parke,
administrator; bond waived by tbe parties interested
Inventory to be filled in 30 days.
At Chambers Btfort Chief Justice Uarrit.
Estate of Ira Kicbardson, deceased. Petition of Mrs
Hczabetb C Richardson, widow of decedent, praying to
b appointed administratrix, with the Hon J Mott Smith
B9 administrator of tbe abovo estate; and also praying
thtt she may be appointed guardian of her youngest
daughter Alice Mabel Richardson a minor. Upon read
ing and filing the petition and bearing testimony of tbe
dorth of decedent, the Court ordered that letters of admi
nistration and letters of guardianship be issued as prayed
lor upon their filing a joint and several bond in the sum
of f-JO.titiO. Inventory to be filled in 30 days, and notice
to creditors to be published In the ''Pacific Commercial
AdvertiHer," for four successive weeks.
Before Mr. Justice JudJ.
Proof of Will of Eamaikui Opio (w), deceased. Peti
tion of Lucy Peabody, praying for probate of tbe Will of
the above decedent. Tbe Court upon bearing tbe evi
dence, and no person contesting said Will, admitted tbe
same to probate. Notice to creditors unnecessary tlie
testatrix baviug a husband living at tbe time of ber
In the guardianship of II F aud Chas B Poor, minors.
Aleiander J Cartwrigbt, Esq, guardian of said minors,
rendered bis final account of bis trust to the Court,
which was examined aud approved and tbe amounts due
tbe minors paid over and their receipts for tbe same
filed, vherenpon the guardian was discharged from fur.
ther responsibility in the matter.
Prorf of Will of Mary W Andrews, deceased. Petition
of Sacuel Andrews for probate of tbe Will of tbe above
decediut. No opposition being offered to the Will, tbe
Court after bearing evidence of the execution of the
same, aud of the death of decedent, admitted the Will to
probate, and ordered tbat letters testamentary be issued
to Wi Horn O Smith without bonds aa provided in tbe
Will. Notice to creditors to be published in the " Pacific
Comnerial Advertiser," for four consectitive weeks,
and ai inventory to be filed in 30 days.
In Admiralty Before Chief Justice Harris.
Braver & Co vs. The bark "Alster." Libel for damages
to goxls shipped on board said vessel, arising as alleged
from bad stowage. After bearing the evidence and tbe
argunents of counsel the Court dismissed tbe libel, and
orders! each party to pay his own costs.
J X)tt k Co vs. bark "Alster." This was a similar case
excep; that certain damage was proved, and not contro
verted and the Court awarded 11 3s 2d, together with
freiglt and charges on the damaged goods, and interest
on thi abovo sum from the date of the vessel leaving
Llveaool, amounting together to JTO.S'J and tbe costs of
A S Hartwell for libellanta. Castle & Hatch for re.
WILLIAM 0. SMITH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office Kaahumanu St.,
ria Honolulu, (next door to Cecil 3rown, Esq.) tnySl
jllR. I' HI Ml OPFERCELT ia author
XV J ized to lijro our firm by procuration.
ED. UOrFSCHLAtGER & Co.
IIoiolu'u, May 2", 1879. my31 2t
JOHN II. MeLGtN, of Honolulu, having
made an assignment, to the undersigned, of all his atock.
In-traje, book debts, etc., for the benefit of his creditors, all
parUw indebted lo said John II. McLean are notified to make
immellate payment to me ; and all parties having claims
against said John II. McLean are requested to present the
same t me without delay.
R. F. BICKERXON.23 Merchant it.
Iiojlu'u, May 22, 1S79. mj31 lm
OX THE LAND OP IIOXOLLLIL,!
on 29:n May. 1870. a black liorse. erev forehead
lert bind fot white, branded with two brands, one
brand like i ( with dash over, the other brand ia
descr.btble, which the oner on have by proving property
ami pajinj in caarpea. '.uiyai; t. a. u it A.MS
POTATOES ! POTATOES I
Good Humboldt Potatoes
One 3oIIar per bag.
California liar, Oats, Bran, 3Iixed Feed,
Corn Feed, Corn Whole and Cratied,
At Reduced Hates.
ny31 St LAINE k Co.
WE HAVE NOW ON' HAND, prr atrmurr
v v Auitraiia, a lull line or these fooua, lucti as
Vanity Fair Smoking,
Vanity Fair, 10 and 20 in bench,
Hermit, 10 and id la bnncb.
Half St. John's Perlqnr, do.
Orders from the other Isl ml cart-fully attended to.
n3l4t IIOLLISTER Jt Co.
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage.
VOTICE IS HEREBY" GIVEN THAT PUR
i. V suant to a Dover of aale contained in a certain Denl of
Mortgage, dated Aognst 1st, A. D. 1S7S, made between Ke
kaawe (k) and Kameahaiku (w), of the one part, and M.
Robinson and 8. Allen of the other part, and recorded in
Liber 43 on pages 859 and 3G0 in the Kecistrv Office. Hono
lulu, to secure the payment of 1440 four hundred and furtv
dollars) in two years from the date thereof, with interest at
the rate of one per cent, per month until pai l. Tho sa:d W.
Robinson and 8. Allen intend to foreclose said mortiraze. and
after the time limited by law to cause tbe mortgaged property
to be sold by public auction in Honolulu, for a breach of tbe
conditions contained in the said deed, such property being
described as follows i Kela apana aina a pan e Waiho nei
ma Palama, Honolulu, Oahu, i baawi ia ia palapalaole, Kule
ana Helu 1063.
RICH'D F. BICKER TON,
Attorney for said M. Rcblnson and 8. C. Allen.
Dated Honolulu, May 31, 1879. mj314t
FCKMSIIEI) COTTAGE WITHIN
ten minutes walk of P. O., br two Gentlemen. Enquire
ai UiU Office. my2t
PURE FRESH CANDIES,
FRESH MADE WHITE AND PINK ROCK
Candies. Wholesale Price. 30 cents per pound Retail
Price, 6C cents per poand. For sale at
my24 la II OB. N "a CANDY FACTOBY, Uotel St.
CREAM, CREAM CANDIES,
DELICIOt'S FLAVOR, FRESH MADE.
Superior and Cheaper than those imported. Wholesale
Price, 34 cents per "pound; Retail Price. 0 cents per pound.
For sale at
( IE-4 lm)
UORN'S CANDY FACTORY.
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PAETNERSHIP !
VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN' THAT XII E
1 partnership lately subsisting between Archibald Kerr and
drard C. Rowe, under the firm of Kerr 4r Bowe, was dis
solved on tbe 7th day of May, by mutual consent. Archibald
Kerr is authorized lo settle all debts and collect all money due
myS4 St EDWARD C. ROWE.
THE SE.M UAXXl'.t I. MEETING of tb
Board of Trustees of tho Queen's Hospital will beheld
at the Board Boom of the Chamber of Commerce, on Saturday
the7th of Jane, at Ham.
Per order. F. A. SCIIAEPEK, Secretary,
liooolulu, May 23rd, 1S7. my4 2t
THE Bl-ENNIAL. MEETING OF THE
Members of the Queen's Hospital will be hskl at Aliio
lani Bale, on Saturday, the 5th of July, at 11 a m.
Election of Officers,
Beading of Bi-ennial Reports.
All members of the Society are invited lo attend.
Perorder, P. A. SCHAKfER, Secretary.
Honolulu, May 23rd, 1879. my24 6t
D IT RING MV
Kingdom. His Ex.
ABSENCE FROM THE
E. PRESTON U authorized to act for
me by power of attorney.
J. II. CONEY.
JtJ from the Kinedom, Mr. Charles M. Cooke is authoriaed
to act for me by power of attorney.
Honolulu, May 12, 1S79.
JOSHUA Q. DICKSON.
IX THE HITTER OF T11E ESTATE OF 1U1
PERSONS INDEBTED TO SAID ESTATE
are hereby requested to make immediate payment to
ARTHUR XV. RICHARDSON, corner of Fort
and Merchant streets.
All accounts unpaid within twenty days will be placed in
tlie hands of a Collector.
J. MOTT. SMITH, I ..,,,.
E. C. RICHARDSON, J '
Honolulu, April 12,1879.
A KRAFT & SONS,
ANCFACTURERS OF JEWELRY AND
i I dealers in. Watches and Watch Materials. We make tbe
business of Opticians
Hotel Street, a few doors
east of Fort Btreet, near Dr. McGrew 'a residence,
and 221 Broome Street, New York.
my 10 6m
EASTERN-BUI liT FOUR.
VF Wheeled Ox Cart of very superior make
just the cart
fur plantation use.
(jal2) C. BREWER & CO.
I HAVE FOUND IT.
WHAT HAVE YOU FOUND I SMOKING
TOBACCO that I can use without the usual pain in the
chest; and my landlord says tbat I must either stop usinf
it or quit his table, as I eat too much.
LOOK. AT MY FEET I YOU REMEMBER
the pretty bunions and beautiful corns I once bad I Well,
they are gone, and I am now all right in that department,
and can now wear as snug a boot as a young lady of tweet
WHAT IS THE CURE I THIS IS t TAKE
some of MARCHANT'8 MEDICATED TOBACCO, with
a strong sprinkling of Gad Cigars, and add a portion
of the PURE MEXICAN CIGARETTES, which he has
Hurrah ! says one, Hurrah ! says all.
We'll go and give friend MARCHANT a call.
East side of Fort St., just above Dillingham's.
N. B. A head light it displayed in all weather. my24
TO THE PUBLIC !
IN THE ISSUE OF THE P. C. ADVERTIS
ERofthe 17th iust., my husband, Naciot Perry, stale
that I had lett him, &c., and also warns people against trust
ing me, I would plate In response, that I have not left him, nor
our home, but that he has left me and our children since the
7th oi May, devoid of even tbe commonest necessaries of life. I
am at present living in an utterly destitute condition, he hav
ing refused to contribute to our further support,
my 24 3t MARIA PERRY.
SUCH AS JOURNALS, LEDGERS, DAY
and Cash Books, Shipping Receipt Hooks, for sale by
my24 2t II. UACKFELD k CO.
TtlTE BEG LEAVE TO INFORM THE
V public that we have several
Tracts of Land sellable for Cane Coltnre,
l.i the Ilamakua District of Ilawaii. situate between the lands
of Waipio and Kaholalele, along the ilamakua Coast, which
are well known to be the most prolific in Sugar Cane of any
lands on the Hawaiian Islands, yielding from
FOUR TO SIX TONS IER ACRE,
with very indifferent cultivation.
We also wish to inform the public who are In want of
Working Oxen and Horses,
for use on the lands in the district, that there Is an unlimited
supply for beef and dralr, together with many other facilities
available that cannot be described in a short newspaper ad
vertisi:ment. J. P. PARKER,
P.S. All particulars regarding terms of leasehold, purchase
of lands, cattle, horses, and all necessary information will be
freely furnithed by MR. SAMUEL PARKER, at Kawaihae,
Waimea, Paauhau, Mana, or at any of hia placet ol business
in the districts of Ilamakua or S. Kohala, Hawaii. my3 3m
NOTICE TOPLANTERS !
rgVHE UNDERSIGNED, AS A MEMBER
BY of the Stan of the Hawaiian Government Surveying Party,
having carefully examined personally most parts of tbe sever
al Islands of this Kingdom, now respectfully offers his servioet
to Sugar Planters and others wbo may require
and other modes of transport, as a purchasing
A --ent or Advising Engineer.
He proceeds dii.i t by this steamer to Boston, U. 8. A., and
having every faci iiy for so doing, will furnish, on application,
Plans, Specifications and Estimates of Cost for Iran
Bridges, iron Honses, Railways with Bridges
and Boiling Stock of AH Descriptions.
Also, Machinery of Every Description
for the Manufacture of Sugar and Cleaning and P sparing Rice
for the Market.
Address in Boston, LINCOLN CABOT,
Civil Engineer, Room 0, No. 131 Devonshire Street.
P. S. Inquiries addressed to C. T. Culick, in Honolulu, wiU
receive prompt attention. my 24 tf
Wliitiicv & Robertson
Another Splendid Assortment of
BLANK BOOKS AND OTHER STATIONERY.
ALSO, A FRESII LOT OF
Beautiful Scrap Pictures.
5T As our Scrap PictureB sell so readily, those
who wish any, had better purchase early.
SALMON ! SALMON
JUST RECEIVED !
Ex Bark Marmion,
IJVoin. Piiget Sioimci,
INVOICE of GOOD RED SALMON
mylO 4t FOR SALE LOW, BY E. P. ADAMS.
KEROSENE OIL, 'PRIDE OF THE WEST,'
THE HIGHEST PI RE TEST IM THE
place, as pr Government Certificate, 132; and pure
spring WATER illTE.
lot cf this Superior Oil
Just received by
BOLLES fc CO.
RECEIVED BY L.ATE ARRIVALS VIZ ;
Lady Lamp, on, Kalakaua, Discovery, and Australia.
Golden Gate, Extra Family, Bakers' Extra, A Eldorado Flour.
Cracked Wbeat, Corn Meal, Ual Meal, Wheat, Oats,
Ground Barley, Bran, liny, and for sale by
my24 BOLLES dc CO.
fTIIVE Ill'MIREDBA RRELS FRESH, AND
U. in perfect order. r or sate oy
BOLLES A CO.
BOILED AND RAW PAINT OIL,
STOCKHOLM TAR. WILMINGTON TAR,
Cosl Tar, Pitch, Tar Oil, Black Garnish, for sale by
my 21 BOI LEd & CO.
IXC P A I NT. BUCK PAINT. COPPER
Paint, an Assortment ( f Fancy Colors, liubher Paint,
the best palat used, a lull Assortment of Colors,
my2 BOLLE CO.
JA FDLL LINE FROM NO. t TO NO. IO, !
rm. o ox. cotton Havens, iu ox. cotton Havens.
my24 BOLL Ed A CO.
Ex Bark Moro Castle, 119
HAVE MRGE LIKE
"Wlaicli "Zill Bo olca.
A.T Li O "W PRICES !
Bush Hooks. Cane Knives, Cane Hatchets, Garden Hoes, ass t sites;
i . fhnvf L IfaT rOTKS.
Snathes-'Grast Scythes Steel and Iron Rakes. Wood If Rake. Fort Hole Piters, Concord llsmea. Trace Chains,
OxBWs, Pick Hind., Jtx Handles, Sledge lUndles, Planter's Hoe Handles, O.. Hand tea, Hay Cutter., Bton. Ham
mers. Axes, Hatchets.
rif 1 . Saws, Planes, ChisU, Claw Hammers, Mason's Hammers, Frlil Hammers,
XlCCllallllC S M. OOISS iJUcksmuh's Hammers and fled-e., Tyre irons, Ulsckrw.tb's Drills, Jarh
Screws, Swedge Blocks, VUee, Anvils.
n. -a ..-1 -r. Poor Locks. Pal Locks, Hulls, Bolts, Screws. Cut Nails, Wrou(h
IlllClCr S JInrClWlirC. StU; n.UU .Nil, Spikes, plain andtalVdi Boat Nallt, Tacks,
Strap and Hinges, Hooks and Hinges, &c, ke.
mm mm , HIT-. ..b'... Carrisre Springs, hair Pa'ent A U Carl Axles, ant
ISCCIIbIIICOIIS JIll'lWirC: .i.eti & Uneclt. um and Mole r-hoe. Ho.
Nails. Bed Screws, Be l Fastening, Bed Castors. Counter Platform Scales, SI0O tti Pisiform Scales, lo welsh front 400
to 2500 lbs; Iron Pols, plain tinned and enameled lined; Sauce Pans, Enameled Preaer? Ketls.
tX Full Iiuc of Granite Iron WawliW
Stone Polith. Washboard, Chopping Trays, Bird Cases, Ijktii Mowers, BUs and Hpurs, Wood Mlrrups, Kenen Oil
Stoves, Revolving Lawn Sprinklers, Carbolized and Cheap Hose 3-4 lo 1 1-2 loch; Leather Belling , llmjhstu Buckets,
Yard Stable Brooms, House Brooms,
a ., tJ7".. ,f t Z I A large line of Hand and Htand Lamps and Lamp Glasses,
flOAVIlCl ICl'O.SCIli? VFIIb Tubular Lanterns. Tubular Side Lanterns, Ra. I Koad Lanterns,
Low Priced Lanterns, Brass Lanterns, Fish Globes. A full line of Chandeliers, newest and best patterns. Hanging
Library Lamps, Kickle-plated and Biats Student Lamps, and many other goods loo numerous lo mention.
my313m 37 Fort Street, Honolulu.
LP Kingdom, Mr. John 11. PatyorMr. Satn'l M
will act for me under power of attorney, on record In ths
Registry Office In Honolulu, In Liber 43, on pages 160 and 1G1.
myl7 3t CHAS. R. BISHOP.
A L.L. PERSONS ARE II Ell UK V WARNED
V not to trust my wife, MARY, as she has left my bed and
board. (myll lm)
MV ABSENCE FROM THIS
Kingdom, I hereby authorixe my wife, Eucenia Brigcs,
and Caps. Benj. Hempstead, 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.
Honolulu, May 16th. 1379. my!7 lm R. BRIGQ3.
FOR SALE OR RENT,
MMHE STORE KNOWN AS THE THREE
I. MILK UOCSK. at Moanalua.on this Island. The above
may be Rented for Six Months. It has all tbe improvements
requisite for carrying on a good store. Apply to
apl2 2m A. J. CARTWRIOnT.
A t,l PARTIES DESIROUS OF SURSCR111
j. ING towards the Annual Celebration or Kameharoeha
Day, June 11th, can place their names and amounts with
either of the Committee of Arrangements.
mylO H. J. AONEW, Bec'y.
flulG UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
I. requests all parties having unsettled accountt of over
three montht to settle the same at early at possible; while those
of twelve months standing and over, if not settled by the end ol
this month, wiu be placed in the bands or a
collector for set-
tlement. myxu i
THOS. G. THRUM.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED. AGENTS OF THE
M. Hamburg Bremen Fire Insurance Company, are author
ised to take Fire Risks on Detached Wooden Buildings and on
Plantation Buildings, Machinery, etc., on the different Islands
of this group, AT LOWEST RATES.
For further particulars, apply to
mylO 2m ft. A. SCIIAEFER k CO.. AgenU.
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
fBTHE PREMISES SITUATED AT THE
entrance of Pauoa Valley, lately occupied by Mr. W. II.
Huddy. Tbe location U a pleai.int one. and has a splendid
view of the city front. A never-failing spring of water Is on
the place. For particulars, apply to M. B. 8YLVEIRA,
mylo 4t next door to G. Spauldlng, Knuanu St.
flUIK PREMISES CORNER OF KING AND
M Llllha Streets, now occupied by Mr. Ji Fisher aa a Store
and dwelling. The same are favorably titualed for business
purposes. Possession given on the 1st of June.
my 10 4t F. A. SCIIAEFER.
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
flnu CO-PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
It existing between W. 8. Aka
Chuck, doing buciness under the firm name of W. S. Akana k
Co., at Hilo. Ilawaii, is hereby diitsolved. All debit will be
paid by W.S. Akana, and all penont indebted to said Arm are
requeued to make Immediate payment thereof to W.8. Akana.
Hilo, May 19th, 1879. (tny24 lm') W. 8. AKANA.
tf CARPENTERS, MASONS, MORTAR MIX-
V. J ERS, 8TON K CL'TTKKS. Hiftlust wages paid for good
workmen, inquire at tbe otnee ol tin undersigned.
n-yl7 3t THEO. II. DAYIE3.
ALL PERSONS HAVING SIPHONS OR
m. roda Bottles in their possession, not in use, will confer I
a favor by returning the same, or giving information that we
may obtain tnem.
myl7 4t H0LL1STER k CO.
FI.E (I.irri U UUITISII BARK
iu 122 days from Glasgotr,
COMPRISING A FULL LINE
EXPRESSLY FOR THIS MARKET
IS SOW BF.I.YG OFFERED TOR SALE
at the ollirej r.f
Gr. Ar. Maclarlane & Co.
A MORE RECENT LOT OF
AT TOOS. t. THROl'S Fort Street Store.
A Masque of Poets No Name. Series.
Xellv'a Silver Mine, by II. II.
Tbe Story of a Bad Boy, by T. B. AUiich.
Jean Ingelow'a Poema, complete;
Bryant's Poema, complete;
Bryant' Poetical Works,
Goethe and Schiller, by Boyesen,
Recollections of Writers, by Mary and Chas. Cow
As It May Happen, by Trebor.
Common Sense in Business, by Freedley;
Home Comforts, or Things Worth Knowing, by
Freedley. fa '
Memoir of Roll. Chambers, by Wm. Chambers;
Flowers, their origin, &c, by J. E. Taylor;
The School Boy, by O. W. Holmes;
Prince Deukalion, by Bayard Taylor;
Parks and Gardens of Paris, by W. Robinson ;
Pleasant Spots Around Oxford, by Alfred Rimmer;
" uu vruHis ui vonnecucut, oy 11. vr. trench;
The Ceramic Art, by Jennie J. Young.
The Bohemian, by (Jhas. de Kay;
Chambers Information for Ihe People, 2 Tola.
The Works of Chas Lamb, 5 vols.
Social Etiquette of New York ;
Tbe Beaconefield Cartoons, from Punch, cloib and
Daso Ball Cuide Books for I 079
Base Balls and Bats, New Scrap Pictures. Paih.teM.
Birthday Cards, Floral Passepartouts: Mat.
Frames, UaakeU'tCcmpendiomt of Elegant Writing.
. , . e. mv3
J ibi '78
Days from New York-
OF DESIRABLE GOODS
.A. ISTow Lot Ol
At:d V(tons, Open Bug(ics, Sunhsd Tip Euxiiies, Ride Bar Rpriucs
Top Buggies. Eliptic Spriof Top Uucties, Light Freight or Diiy
Wagons, a-ith Shafts, Fole and Breaks carrying f -pclty from 1&0
to 2u00 tt. Thite Vrhiclrt are all made I y
FIRST CLAS WORKMEN !
From the BErT MATERIAL and are WARltANTEl) U be strong and
Plows, Harrows. Cul.lralors, Ot Yokes. Chains, Pick
xes, t'ick Mattocks, Oo's, llrub Hoes, I'lauter's Mors,
s; Steel and Iron Crow Bart, Road Hers r re, Canal
.. . I 1 - ? !.. I' 1 .1 II I. U . 1
rm.U OIKS, .-laiiiix I'., '! niiHr,,w
SUPREME COURT OF THE II AW A II AN
Inlands, In Probate. Island of Oahu, Hawaiian Islands, sa
In the matter of the ESTATE ALEXANDER Jt.CTCHlN.
SON, deceased. Order appointing time lor probata of Will
and directing publication of notice of the same
A Dorumi'iil, vurPrlln to be the last will and testament
r ALEXANDER HUTCHINSON, deceased, having on the
27th day of May A. U. 19. been presented lo said Probata
Court, and a petition for the probate thereof, and tor Ibe
Issuance of Letters Testamentary to John 8. W alker anl J.
O. Carter, having been filed by Castle k llatch.
It is hereby ordered, that TCKSDAY, the 17th day of June
A. U. 1879. at 10 o'clock, A M , of sail day, at the Court
Room ol said Court, at Honolulu, in the Island of Oahu. b
and the same la hereby appoiuted the time for proving aald
will aud hearing said application, when and where any person .
Interested may appear and contest the aald will, and the .
granting ot Letters Testamentary.
It is further ordered, that notice thereof be given by pub- tf'
lication, for three successive weeks, I: the " Pacific Comuier- '''
rial Advertiser," a newspaper printed and published in
And it is further ordered, that citations be issued to the
subscribing witnesses to sM will, and to the hnira of tlis
testatorHn this Kingdom, to appear and contest the probate
of said will, at tbe time appointed.
Dated Honolulu, II. I., May 27lh, 1879.
A. FHANC18 JCIH),
Justice of the Supreme Court.
Attesti JNO.B BARNARD.
Clerk of ibe Supreme Court. m31 81
t U PR KM E COURT OF TH E II AW A HAN'
3 Islands, in Probate, Island of Oahu Hawsiian Iilsnds, ss.
In the matter of the estate of ALICJC MONTGOMERY,
deceased. Order appointing lime for probate of will atd
directing publication of notice Of tbe same.
A document, purporting to be the last will and tettsment of
A LICK MONTGOMERY deceased, baviug on the 7th day
of May, A. D. 1879, been presented to tai l rrobate Court,
and a petition for tbe probate thereof, and for the issuance of
letters testamentary lo William L. Green and Alex. McRlbbin.
having been died by Wm. L. Grnen.
It Is hereby ordered, that TUESDAY, the 17lh day of
June, A. D. 1879, at 10 o'clock, A.M., Of sIJ day, at the
Court Room of aaid Court, at Aliiolanl Hale, la Honolulu, be,
and tbe same ia hereby appointed tbe time for proving aald
, will and hearing aaid application, when and where any rsoo
Interested may appear and contest the aaid will, and the
granting of letters testamentary.
It is further ordered, that notice thereof be given by publi
cation, for three successive weekt. in the Pacine Commercial
Advertiser a newspaper printed and published iu Honolulu.
And it is further ordered, that citations be Issued lo the
subscribing witnesses to said wilt, and lo Ibe b-lrs of Hie
testatrix lu Honolulu, to appear and contest the prob tie of aald
at the time appointed,
willated Honolulu, 11. I. May 27th, 1879.
D A. FRANCIS JDDD,
i Jmtlce of the Supreme Court.
AtteA. ItOaA, Dtpuly Clerk. - mySl 3t . ,
SUPREME COURT OPTIIE HAWAIIAN
Islands. In Probate. In Ibe Estate of WILLI Aid
LOVE, of Honolulu, Oahu, deceased. Intestate. Before Chief
Justice Harris. Order of Notice of Petition for Administra
tion. On reading and filing; the petition of Lstlila Love, widow
of William Love, of Honolulu, Oabu, alleging- that William
Love, of Honolulu, Oahu, died Intestate at Honolulu on the
12th day of December, A. D. 1878, and praying that Letters of
Administration to her, l.etitia I .ova.
It Is ordered thai MONDAY, tho :h day of June, A. D.
1870, be, and Is hereby appointed for hearing said petition b
fure the said Justice, in the Court Room of this Court, at Hono
lulu, al which time aud place all persons coiircrned may appear
and show cause, if any they have, hy tuld priltion should
not be granted, end that this order be published In the Eng
lish langusKe for three successive weekt In the f'aclflo Com
fnercial Advertiser newspaper In Honolulu.
Uated Honolulo, II. I., Way 28th, 1876.
CIIAB. U. II A Pit!?,
Atlert: Chief Justice of Ihe hupreme Court.
A. ROSA, Deputy Clerk. my3l 3t
SUPREME COURT OPTIIE II AW A 1 1 A N
Islands, in Probate. Order of notice of Petition for
Allowance of accounts, discharge, and flnsl distribution of
properly. At Chamber, before Chief Justice Harris.
In ihe matter of the ESTATE of HKMltV F. P0UK. late of
Honolulu, Oahu, deceased.
On reading and filing the petition and accountt of Alexan
der J. Cartwright, Administrator, with Will annexed, of the
Kstate of Henry F . Poor, late of Honolulu, Onhu, deceased,
wherein he asks to be allowed 0,Cca SiO lOO, and charges
himseir with $14,107 67-100. and asks that tbe same may be
examined and approved, and that a final ordri may b made
of distribution of tho property remaining in his hands to the
persons thereto entitled, and discharging him and hit sureties
from arl further responsibility at such Administrator.
It Is ordered that MONDAY, the 30th day of June, A. D
1879, at 10 o'clock a. m., before the stid Justice, at Chambers,
in Jhe Court House, in Honolulu, be and Ihe same hereby is
appointed at the time and place for hearing ts d petition and
accounts, and tbat all persons interested may then and ther
appear and show cause, If any they have, why the same
should not be granted, and mny present evidence aa to who
are entitled to the said property. And that this order, in tbe
Knglieh language, be published in the Pacifle Commercial
Advertiser, a newspaper printed and published in Honolulu
for three successive weeks nrcvlous In tim ii.... n,.-..i ...
pointed for said heoring.
Daieu lionoiulu, U. I., Way 23rd, A. I). 1879.
CIIAB. O. HARRIS,
a.. . . Chler Justice of the Huprem Court.
Attest; A. K08A, Deputy Clerk Buprema Court, inpiil 31
SUPREME COURT OFTHK HAWAIIAN
Islands, in Probate, Island of Oahu, Hawaiian Islands ss
In the matter of the KHfATi: of Jim i t Tiiouiniu
late of Honolulu, deceased. Order snnolmin. ,i. r... s.''
bate of Will and directing publication of notloe of the tame.
A document, t.urttnrtine to be ih li.i in nj . . .
JAMES THOMPSON, deceated, having on ibe 22nd dai r of
Jt-ceo presented to said Probate Court, and
a petition for the nrol.it therenr r... ....
Letters Testa men tar v to DAVID nivrriv
filed by tuld Havid Dayton. ' " u
jus nereny ordered, that WEDNESDAY, the 4lhdar of June
A.U. 1870 at 10 o'clock. A. M.. cf ..Id d.v.V . ! ." r""
of taid Court, at Aliiolanl II. I in n,.n,.i..i.. .. . "
same is Lereby appointed the time for proving aald will and
hearing raid application, when and where any person interested
Irir1 panting of
It is further ordered, tl.at notice thereof be given by publics
tion, for two successive weeks, in the PaciHo Commercial
Advertiser and Kuokoa newspapers, printed ami published lu
.Dated Honolulu, If. I., May 23, 1879
JNO. E. BARNARD. Clerk. my24 21
C?CUIT COURT, FOURTH JUDICIAL
Circuit, Hawaiian Islands, in Probate. I.hml r K....V
ss., Hawaiian Islands. In Ihe matter r li.,itl .J
ANN Wl NDKNBlilta. widow. r ui. '-"V .
Order appointing lime for Probate of Wilt .a ji-.',:" . ?ZrT..
cation of notice of tbe same. 1
A document purporting to be the last Will and Testament
?fuANN WUKlllSMIKRa, widow, deceased, "vhig on
7th day of May, A. D. 1879, been presented u sailf Prob.ti
Court, and a petition for the probate thereof, and for the Is.o
ance of Letters Testamentary to Johm m h ,.. Jt".
Koloa, having ben died by the aaid Wright. ' . '
It is bertbr oruered. that Satiiriuv ..
June, A. D. 1879, at 10 oVIock A. !. of .aid da", at th. Court
Room ol aald Court at Koloa, in Eanal, be, an'd the tame U
hereby appointed the tim. lor proving aaid Will and hearlnr
aid application, when and where any person Interested m. 5
appear and contest the said Win .. ii '
Testamentary. ,'"uu" " '
It is funhitr ordered, that notice thereof ha .t... ..
cation, for three successive weeks, in the Paclffe Comrnere.ii
Auveriiser.a newspaper printed and published in Honolulu.
And it is further ordered, that citation. K .. ..... .. .
scribing witness, to said Will, and to the heirt of the tettatrTi
V,.M.a'rm,l;n I,nu 10 PIear and eontctt the probate of
said Will, at the time appointed. 1 rou"le '
Dated Kolca, II. I., April 1st, 1879.
-24 3t Circuit Judge Fourth Jnji.i.i rt
' " -.! 1 1 1 U 1 1.
rt'XDERSIfiVf.l) RvrniT .
n.nexed- ot ,be te of the late E. DtLKMAH de
ej' hereby request all persons bavin. -i.i. t . afT
estate, whether secured by mortgage or otherwise, to preTrnt
their claims to either of the nn,i.i,.j .i,m. 71 P"'
from the first dale of this publication or Iher wiiiiLf
barred. And all person. owVr, f - "id I SsUtare enur,;
make immediate payment to repeated to
W. C. PARKE,
j.n i inn
Kxerutors d the Will of K. Delemar. Ui.'nf fi a.
EXECUTOE'S NOTICE "
TMIE UNDERSIGNED, WM. O K Hfi-ru
executor of the will of Mrs. Mar v wlhum a V
ceased, hereby give, notice to ill ,trMns wZ t SL'T".'""
gainst the estate of the said I ill 2 1. . Lave cUim
same lo him within six mltmtkY!7Mnt!hm
will be forever barred. dte bem,i or
.. . WILLIAM O. SMITH
Executor of the Estate of Mr vni ' .
Honolulu, April 18.h, 1879 7 V "" Ab-
ASSIGNEES NOTICE r
elected Assignee, cf .,".? L . HEEX
a m.nkrupt, ni.li.-e is I. erebv "ku,
he said C. Ai o n" ki Imme. . ""nn '"dcbled to
he office of J Pfc "lip, & T Htin '2. M" Ure'n'
at U .iluko, M.. ' ' M g"'k W- B"'.
a ll:.nkrutit. n..li. i. i, i v- . or Walliiku.
2'"" 9 ,ni! '.tlite Of C.
A I, a ltjtikrupt.
HAMS. BACON AND LARD
V )V.t) i TBsjs.a"tMS.