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BY E. P. ADAMS.
IMPORTED CY A. nilLLIlCI). ESQ.,
tui-:siay, .iu'i: pfi,
-At 12 M.. il S.(rroru.
Will Ih-of?. r-J at Tabl e Aacii.ii. tlv Tilui'.lr Il.rv re
folly ImparW b A. Maill.sri, fc' , a.tJ no arcoanl of
Th tl!-krvoo Bay Msr lOI.I.V VAUDK.V, li
hand h.sh, s ynri old. sire-1 by l. CUir. .r of Occident.
I ! Jacobs tbrr.agtitr.t mare. Itotly V aden Bas trot.
ftj a mil 10 2 34. I o perfectly kind in Sinrie and double
en 14 caa drive her.
a dj wiuun i .-iii.r., u narm nifn, 7 y ran
IJ, siml by Vooni fc!,-e, na of in. port -fl Eclipse. Dam
by llrrmr, sr-a of Fotioo. PerfTtly broken to tingle and
datl hason; eooi I trot in thru minutes la the pole.
Ta Cream-colored ft -Mine Bl'CKSK I .V. 7 years oil.
..... ouo8 D.mooi. v eu irx.r.rj to saUie aoj a r,.r tret
li-r. A 1,
A TUP III (ifi . nh PUe a 6.1 ri,afi-, Patm! Iron
Hul. A I jo. a eiDp-u wt of livable liararM Ci iit
it.'l GuUa I'rrcha Lining U names aad buckle, roit V-i J'
A.so, a Single II arim, nearly new.
g. P. ADAM:-. AurlV.
ilixciion Sale !
nv icii:i: op
Messrs. H. HACKFELD & CO.,
Al S!fr of K. P. Alatu., ttaeen street.
To Close Consignments !
IM lrr-! ?..lmon. 60 rxvj Silmon in tins,
Kffl cf Fresh Butur, Crlr rctatne.
I'AJ tiiM Medium Hrrs.1, 60 cases Pilot Bread,
t'um Cora taret, cases Canned Corn,
Boxes and Barrels White Sugar,
Batja Brnirn for', bap Rice, bal-- Hay, Kef Shook,
Bairv, ti Charcoal, Axe. Hatchets. Iharcoal Iron,
IJalvacix-'.l pails. Ice, Jr., Ac.
An Invoice of TOBACCO & CIGARS
A large? ta iMrlnril if Rtpr, all an.
and fur arrouni ,f horn il may concern,
A lot of Hoop Iron and C C TInplatt,
Landed t.1 a d imigtd condition from bark Louise.
TorraH nt BaIo.
E. P. A OA II A or fr
X7 Tbe aale of Chelsea Laundry I. postponed lo BATt'R
lV. J t:.N K 7th, at 10 o'clock a. m., at which time tte wbi-ie
Hork .ll be disposed of at public auction in lola lo suit j.ur-ehas-ra.
SALE OF LEASE, &c,
By virtue of a power of tale contained In a certain mortgage
deed fiven by W. U. Poole lo Frneu Krail, dated the 27 tb day
of June, A. I 1477, and recorded in the ReKi.tr of beeda, in
Honolulu, In Bonk il, on pa I' 17, 14 and It, will be told at
PuMio A action
ON SATURDAY, JUNE 7th,
I 10 o'clock a. m., on he prt-ml. K Road, Honolulu, all
and uoiaUf. it pnuam conveyed by aaid Btrtgi( deed,
tamely, a LeaM ftf all th atid CheUea Laundry Premiaea,
datmt lb 30-1 day of December, A. I. 197S.
FOR A TERM OF 5 YEARS,
f.om M.y l.t, IS74. vltk the nirht of removal of all the Bolld
lag. ereeteit apoa aaid property ainc April 6ib, IS71- Tbe
ftitlowlna; a partial scbedul of property enUoed in afore
said mortgage ami to be aotd atttua aaie, viz:
Laundry Building, Engine & Boiler
tvuh H'mw, Drying Room. 1 patent Mangle,
tVaahinr Machine, with Connection, enmplet;
1 Shirt Poiiaaer, Rin.iotr Tank., 1 Blneing Tank,
Win Wrinirer. 1 Hand Hrir-r, 2 Clothe. Truck.
1 Il.tnd Washing Machine, 1 Hteam Tank. FUt Iron.
I.omof Furnace. Water Tank, with copper worm;
Ren-b Vice, renches. File. Hammer, S, llalchet,
.aller. Clock, Tahlea. Hay Cotter, 1 Wagona. 2 Un,
llarnea., Kna Taclcs, Pins Table. Writing De-.k,
Chicken iiouee. Copper Soap Boiler and I urn are.
Coach lloue and rab!-e. Force Pump and Pipe,
Ae , a per cheflnle. which can be teeo al Ibe omce of
A. p. I1ARTW ELL, or
E. I. .1 DA M. Auctioneer.
Sale of Tenant's Chattels
iok iscniss or ee.t, it xoox,
On FRIDAY, the 13th Day of June,
A. D. 147), at my Salcaroom In TIonlu!a. by Order of A Ur-
and Kttrn, Letaora of the CheUea Laundry,
Will Do Sold At Public Auction.
y.ir nnn-paymhl of Real and Tate, the lullnlnj Oood.
nd Cbaltcla. diatrained dr Rent:
X BCD3TEJDJ 2 LARGE MATTRASSES,
SHALL MATTRA13E3, 2 CHESTS OF DRAITEHS,
a SMALL TAHLKS. 2 HTASHSTAXDS
CHAIRS, X ROCKER.
E. P. ADAM?, Aucl'r.
Mortgagee's Notice of Sale.
Coder anl by virtue of a Power of Sale contained in cer
tain Mortgage made by Wong Chow to Jamca Roninacn, de
ceased, 2te4 March 7. 170, and cl record in Liber 19, on
pag- 383, 310 and 347, and for a breach of Ibe coodilu.n In
taxi Mortgage contained. I am directed by the Eaecntora and
TroMeea of the Estate of James Kobiiuoo, deceased, to tell at
Public Auction in pursuance of aaid power of tale, on tbe 2 lit
DAT of JL'ME. 1479, at my gab-irona in the City of Honolulu,
at 11 M. of that day, all and singular the lands, tenement, and
kereditament in aaid Mortgage named and described, situate
at Palama, Honolulu, Oahu, and more particularly deacrioed
as follows, to wit:
Ann 1. 1 Lot Ealo, M R hmmaka ana make kilii Hem
Kotrt a kel lot, e pill ana ma ke kibl Akau Kont o ka kii o
0 KeunLae h!- aka peneu A.C3J3 Ilik 3.19 kaul ma k o
Keonl Pal an Ki o, alaiU Hem 30 llik lAi kaal makoJaa
Iktw.::. aiaiU llfm i Kom3.I2 kaul ma ko Napn'apa'a,
alaila. Ak 30 J Kom l.t-IJ kaul ma ko Keoni, a hU 1 kahi i
boom.ka'i." O ka aul 47-109 eka.
Inii. Kola. X honmaka ana ma ke kihl Ak o keia aina
ma ka pa pohaka ma ka lihi Ak e pili akn I ke k a leans o Ke
oni, a hk aka penet: Hem 6a Kom l pauka ma k a pili
pa maiaila aka, llenj Kom 10O pauka, alalia Mem 401
Kont 100 pauka, alalia lira 3i Koto 1'iO pauku. alaila 11 em
16t Kom Xtl pauka, alalia I em 71 Kom 1.45 pauka, e
pill ana keia maa aoao I ke kahawai, alaila Hem 7) llik VI
panka ma kahl kala o Konohiki, alaila Hem 49 9 Hem 29 pau
ka ma ko Ksnohikl a me Palau, alaila Ak 40 llik 89 pauka
ma ko Keawekolohea I ko Konohiki, alaila Ak 4 9 liik 89 pau
ka ma ko Keawekokihe, a aila Ak 8 llik 345 paoka a i kabl
1 hoomaka'1. U ken nul 1 14-10) eka, p-vu ka, 1 61-100 eka.
Also, that certain piece of land situate in Mol.ko, Kapala-
ma, Oaho. boanded anil described as lullowt: ft Loi KuLa
mahlai a Be ka Hale, K hoomaka ma ke kihl ak o keia aina.
pill me ka pa pohaaa no Kaaina, a e ho to beta 27 hik M
pauka ma ke kala Konohiki, hem 57 kom 09 paaka ma ke
kola o Konohiki, hem 31 4i' hik 133 pauka ma ka loi koill
no Miliko, hern l 4i' kom 4.1 pauka ma ka loi koill do
Mol.k-s bent CO kom 117 pauka ma ka loi koili no Moliko,
hem I kont 145 pauka ma koili no Moliko, ak 77 15" bik
4 pauka ma ka auwai loi a me kuta. ak 80 hik 3C4 pauka
va kuia a hiki I ka pa am., ak 30" hik 202 pauka a ma kula
a biki t ka pa aina, ak 4'JO o 45" bik 111 pauka ma kola a
hiki I ka pa aina, hem Sd3 3" hik 110 pauka me ka pa aina
a hiki i ka hoomaka ana." He 1 3-luO eka, ami b-ing the
described la Ropal Patent Vo. 21;J, Kuleana Ilela 3i00.
Also, thai piece of land tiiuate In Kapalama aforesaid and
described as Lllow.: Lot a me Kula. - E hoomaka ana ma
ke kihl koos e pili ana t ke kiti hem hik o ka aina o Edward
Barge a hele aka, hem 4 hik 71 pauka ma ko Keawrko
luhe, alaila ak 04 9 hi 6J pauin ma ko Keawekolohe, alaila
ak 1H 9 kom 21 pauka ma ko Maui, alaila ak 61 3 hik 27a
pauka ma ka Maul a me Makes, ak 26 0 kom 133 paaka ma
ko Kailio, alaila nee ae ma ka lima hem, 9 paaka m ke kale
ana a Kailio, alaila ak l"i 0 kom 21 pauka, alaila hem Si
kom 275 kom ma ka una Edward Barge, alalia hem i 9
bom 159 peaaa a hiki I kahi I boomaka'i.1 Kona In 65-100
Kka, and beinj th nat as described in Royal Patent Ho.
4175, Kaleaaa ticla 77 IX
For particulars inquire of
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer, or
Solicitor t'.r rxecator and Trustees of the Ettste of
m,31 James Rob non. deceased.
Pacific Iron Works,
tH FU ISCISCI. M AM' FACTt'R ER3 OF
Sugar Mills, Engines, Boilers,
EVERY DESCRIPTION OF IRON WORK
;t Connection vllh Sugar I'lnJi.
Far PrlcH aad Terms ipptj (
E. P. ADAMS,
Agent (r lb Hawaiian T.lands.
my 10 1
Caatraftl-r, CeasiItlbR and Valoin EnInr!
n i VINO ESTABMSIIKW REUTIOXS
with kniiornt tocineeting firnia in Ureal Britain. I.
,! t sse Plant, recincations and Lmimalra for all
prep re s ,,,de to.on.leri.ke I he Icca-
toUeJo8"-"-TI"0' r Appraiser to all
WOF rilTcotnerof K.nhum.na and Queen Uo-
. t" ' 'II il." .1 .'lit 'IIIWHWI.il
landing Place.-lhe Huirey and Coostrocln ..f Rs.lwajs,
Tm-y, Wer Leads. Flumes, Ae..e ,-the .upci,ien.l
i.'T.t it, works in course of cout.uction. and all other work
AT PUBLIC" AUCTION
A. 5a'. -5 H r.-js.
On Wednesday, Jane 4, 187S
At 11 r.'cl cL . m . t!.- n-. !erlen'd U ii .f ti-te. t.j
mr'.t at uIjIiC aucti-m f r arr .urit iA li in it
may c jr.cern,
t 31 Xo. 521, I cae THatrd Malios toQMio of
9 pir-r. 53T i-T, jards
I.anJol ex ft'mer Au;r!ia frcm Fin Fra&r;n, .lucjrl
by sea water. lertus ch.
C. S BARTOW. Aacfr.
Desirable h Saleable Goods
WEDNESDAY, : : JUNE 4th,
At 1') o!xk a. n., at Sales Uvom,
Ey orJfr of J. Nott Smith, INtjnlrf,
A.!iiiiii-ttrit..r r,f the E'a-r rf tlie U!e Ira Rirliir ls-n. t!.
Entire stock of Goods of said Estate.
Assortm'nt of Furnishing Goods,
Hosiery, J-e'.ry, l anry Gools,
Boot. ai. J thot. Perfumery, Soap,
Toilet Article, and many ether arti le.
At 12 o'clock,
1 Sorrel Csii'i"irG Iffor.se
Ke.' i f Pork an 1 l:eef.
C. ?. BARTOW. Auct r.
For Sale "by Auction
AT XOIITH KOIIiLl, HAWIM.
ON THURSDAY, JULY 10th,
If not Previously Sold,
Will l.e oTere.l at Pul-liC Anetinn on the premie, tt Nirlli
K'-lnla, the fiMowin-; j.ri.i-rty:
One Frame Dwelling Housef
4oJj feel, wilh Larg Ciitr-m. t)ut llonw-. I-arjre Chicken
1 aril, 5 Acre. A leased Land cnclo-ied with a good
WIRE AND PICKET FENCE.
Fur further particulars, apply lo
II. V. CIIAMBKKLAIS,
n3! lin On the premise.
.... ON ....
Saturday, the 7th day of June, 79
AT 12 O'CLOCK, NOON.
rfnilK v M)KKsir;Eii, j. . ci.aiik and
1 WM. C. PAKKK, :ecutor and Trustees under the will
of EL'GE.N E DKLKM AK, late of Makawao. on the Island t
Maul, and Kinglom of the Hawaiian IUnili. acting under the
power and authority in them vested by the said will and their
Letter Testamentary thereon, will sell at
At the Aucti n P.or.rn of .. P. A. lam.. Own Flrcet,
All that valuable Estate situate In Makawao,
and known as
THE LILIKOI .SrCAR I'LWTATIOS!
Wilh all the StMk. Appurtenance and Snar Cane thereon,
consisting of an area ol about tjO Acre., of which about 20
acres are in I e simple, and the rest are under long
Icare. of Twenty and Twenty-five years, with right
of renewal; the annual rental being $1 IxjO. With all the
Homes, Tenement., (Growing Crop of linear Cnne, Working
Cattle, Horses, Ott Cart., Ac, Ac, a follow: lui Head r
Cattle, 2S Vcke, 'Z3 Chains, in order; 4 Yoke, damaged; C5
Iloe.,2 Grindstones, 17 Shovel. JJ Picks. V C.ne Knives, 6
Carts. 1 Plow, .1 Cruwbars, 10 Ilalrl.ets, 11 liill llix.ks. Car
There are 2Si Acr . i,t Fuiar Cane pl.nte.1 and growir.g, of
which 53 Acres e-.timal-l to yield HUJ Ion. fuiar, will be
reaity to grind in June, n;'J, and the balance of i'M Acre, one
year later, sy June, 1 SO. Tie Cane is all in a Nourishing
condition. The preset.! Crop is under contract to be ground
at East Maui Plantation, tho latter hauling the cane to the
mill, and receivirg one half of the u:r.
Iherearel3 Laborer' House, CarjK-nter's fhop. Office,
the Cottage ar.d the Dwellmj Huu r, lately occupied by Mr.
This property is situated within the RAIN" ntl.T of Maka
wao, giving 1, lire certainty ol a Crop, but as a farther
sccarity the Plantation own. a water lea. I i l capacity to water
One- Hundred Acres, which can l-e brought uon the Und f r
irrigation, should it ever be required.
V. C. I'AICKK &. J. . (iUUC,
Executors and Tru.tee under I he Will of Eugtne iJeletaar
lite of Makavao.
E. P. ADAM-?, Anit'r.
Honolulo, April 13, 1573. apl'J
Tho Honolulu Book-Bindery,
DOES BINDING of ALL DESCRIPTIONS
The Work executed at this E.tahlirlimerit I. under the
supervision of MB. JOHN I.. REK.-1. who is well-known as
an experienced workman, and cannot be lurpasnrd.
Woi'lc IDone at Lowest Kates-
XVIIITXEV 4. ROI1KRTSOX,
Jlali-jfiers, ruhll.-htrs. New. lieal.-rs and Book-Binders,
(f- 2J '71.)
fHMIi: r.M)KKS(;F.II IS XOW lRK-
I. PARLO t fill dr iers for tiinitle rpe.-iniens or Complete
Setts t.f Hawaiian Ferns, unmounted, on short notice.
Price 10 Cents Fath, or $10.00 for tbe Sett of 113.
The Specimen are beautifully preserved, retaining their nat
ural green, and most of the varieties have a portion of the root.
Orders for Mailing .Mn.l Include Poxtngf.
mbl THO.-. O. THP.CM-
CJall and See
DKA I.KH IVC E KKUiM K It C 1 1 A M I S E
al Honokaa, Hamakua, Hawaii, wh--re you will find a
large and well selected Assortment of lry Goods, Groceries
and Hardware. Also Lumber, I;iors. ra-ih, Hi mis, Nails,
Paints, Oil, etc.
XT t-pecisl Orders f..r IluiMin;; Material fiUc.I at Lowest
Market Knlr.. l''-i"'
The Genuine Article,
Ex Crusader,from Hongkong Direct
A FEWTIIOirsAXD: I'l Tl l
a of tOU. aU(n. .illo,Jl
r I.AM'KD and
For Sale by
SAN III AN CISCO.
MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS
a- i. I- ih:mcii l i t i r f-
PARTIES IN HONOLULU,
or other parts of the Iilan.!,
DESIRING FURNITURE !
CAN HAVE TIIKIR
Orders Filled at Lowest Rates
By spplication V Mr. E. P. A 1 A MS. Qaeen Street,
who hat our Descriptive Catalogue with Prices.
O jST jST D !
At Store bt L. X. H0ri Kln-r St.,
Black Walnut Bedroom Sets !
Black Walnut Sideboards,
Plack Walnut Dining Chair.
Oak Cane Seat Dining Chairs,
Cellar BeJroom Sets,
Pine Bureaus, Ac, c. ,4c.
E. P. ADAMS, Agent forHaw'n Is.
T N BUSES OK r.OO. 200. AMI Hill EACH.
M. The tienoine Article, r, r sale by
B0LLKS V CO.
NEW ZEALAND POTATOES,
PKR LIST STEADIER FROM A I'STR A
ilA. Fertile ty n-yil HyLl.ES 6 C.
!U . IS ... I 'sJU.i. '.M"J ,U. VI SAM,' 1 1 .IX.' H.1AS.S
8ECUUR OlSPATCH UNE
For San Francisco,
jf-J. yiS FINE HAWAIIAN BARE
Will Have Immediate Dispatch.
Twr Freight rr PaMare, apply to
my24 WM. G. IRWIN Co., Agents.
- The A I Clifper fichooner
M&k. I A GIROIYTDE,
Will Have Quick Dispatch
For Freight or Passage, apply to
mjCl WM. O. IRWIN k CO., Agents.
For San. Franciscoi
The Fine American Schooner
B O IV A IV Z A ,
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Port
Fit Freight or passage, ajply lo
rr.j21 II. HACKFELD 4 CO, Agews.
FOK SAX ntAiVCISCO.
, The American Barkentine
Will Have Quick Iiipatth for the Above Tort.
For Freight or Passage, apply lo
my-JI II- IIACKFELD t'Co., Agents
Planters' iino !
For San Francisco.
jJZ. lue A 1 BriUah Bark
Will Have luinietllatc Dispatch fur the ibove Tort.
For Fretuht or Vm, apply to
in j 24 C. BREWER & Co., Agents.
FOK SAIV FItAlVCISCO
THE A 1 AMERICAN BARK
SrSL Forest Queen,
Will Have Quick Dispatch for Above Port
For freight or passage, apply to
myli II. HACKFELD A Co., Agenla.
NEW YORK AND HONOLULU
DIRECT LINE OF PACKETS!
WII. CROSSMAN Si URO.. 1 I 8 CHAMBER
IbTKEkT. NKW YORK, AGENTS. 03" A First
Cln;a Vessel will be laid on for Honolulu,
To Sail not Later than the Middle of June.
Havine nlren.lv secured a considerable freight for this vessel.
there will be no delay in sailing.
XT For Freight or Passage, apply lo the Agenta above
named. mhl6 3m
STEAMSHIP COMPANY !
FOII SAW FRAXCISCO.
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
ZE AL A1VT3I 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,
II. HACKFELD & CO., Agents.
GooiU for Shipment per Sleonier can asw
be Stored, Free of Cbnrge, in Hie Fire-proof
Wnrehou.f tieitr ihe Steamer Wharf. Jal 79
TIME-TABLE OF THE
REVNOLDS. : : s : MASTER.
Tuesday, June 3,5pm
Tuis.1 iy, June 10, 5 p m..........
Tuesday, June 17, 6 p ni.. ........
Tuesday, June 24, 6 p in
...Circuit of Hawaii
....Circuit of Hawaii
No Credit foi .assage Money !
We positively decline to open accounts for Patsages, and we
particularly call the attention of the traveling public to the
necessity of having Baggage and Freight plainly markei; the
Pieamer will not te responsible for any unmarked baggage or
for any Freight or Parcels unless Receipted for.
FREIGHT MONET DUE ON DEMAND S
In all cases or Freight for rarties not tesponslo'e no
known, the Freight Money will be required in advance.
PACKAGES OF LIQUORS AND WINES
MUST KE PLAINLY MARKED
For the ptrty whom they are for, or plainly Hated in the re
ceipt to whom they are consigned.
All demands for Damage or Loss, must be made within one
In no wav liable for loss or accident to live stock.
ST Hack Drivers, Boys, and such like, will not be allowed
on board the Steamer upon arrival, until after the passengers
have tieen landed.
"am,,3 7J WILDER Sc CO.
8. C. ALLKS.
SC. P. BOBIitSOM.
ALLEN & EOBINSON,
A T ROBINSON'S WHARF. DEALERS IN
x LUMBER and all kinds of BUILDING MATERIALS
Pair.ts, Oils, Nails, c, Ac.
AGENTS FOR aCBOOSERa
Jel) Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands. (ly
JV. FXi-ISTK COOKE,
AGE.yr of the roi.LOtrixa coasters .
FLAG. Kcl with White Ball. OFFICE, Corner of
jail 79 Xuuanu and Queen Streets.
T. R. FOSTER & Co.,
t E S T S FOR SCHOONERS
Mary E. Foster,
And the Water Boat.
tZ0 ly Office on the Esplanade, Honolulu.
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Au C. BREWER Si CO., AGENTS.
rP5Ty Merchandise received STORAGE FREE and
ttSc5 liberal cash advance made on shipments by this
line. ja2 7i C. BREWER ft CO.
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE!
C. BREWER Si CO., AGENTS.
Favorable arrangements can always be made for
-rjZ'-S&l Storage and Shipment of Oil. Bone, Wool. Hides
a:. I other Merchandise to New Bedford, Boston. New York and
oi! - r Eastern Ports. IT Cash Advances made.
j ,i 79 C BREWER & CO.
10 LEASE FOR A NUMBER OF YEARS
rtaHE PREMISES NO. 22, ALA KEA ST
3 For particulars enquire of
..... . . . .. - .......... I -
Ex. Alphonsie Zelie. Ella, Forest Queen
and J. A. Falkinburg.
400 Bale. California Oit and Wheat Haj;
1 7 Ton. Timothv. gi for "Jersey rows"
li Tons Bran, 4i Ton. Oals.
mySSm For Sa!e by A. W. PF.IRCE 1 CO.
Programme. Juno II, 1879.
Committic or Maxagchest His Fs. John O. Dominis,
Franklyn 8. Pratt, Esq , Allen Herbert, Eq.
TarAsiBEB asd Secsetsbt nnry J. Agnew, Esq.
JiOGEs Ad. Maf.hard, C. W. Wilder, J. f. Lemon.
Timebs V. D. Clark, M. Eckart.
Clebc or Cor bsb W. R Buchanan.
Stakteb J. T. Chayter.
Distabce James I. Dowsett, jr.
Clerk or Scalss A. W. Bush.
Hoxobabt Committee Their Excellencies 3. Q- Wilder,
J. M. Kapena, K. Preston, S. Kaai. A. J. Cartwright, Esq.,
t . Bpencer, Esq., F. Banning, t.iq , M. Mclaerny, .fcsq., J.
Perry. Eso . Col. W. P. Allen. J. A. llasseneer. Esq , J. Hot-
ln?, Esq , Hons. C. R. Bishop, A. 8. Cleghorn, H. A.Wide
mann. J. I. Dowsett. H. N. Kahanu. Godfrey Rhodes. J. 51.
Davidson, Esq., Capt T. Hpeccer, Charles Long. Esq ,
M. Pico, Esq., Dr. O. S. Cumming, Geo. W. Macfarlane,
Esq., bamnel M. Damon, r.sc).. amuel marker, t-sq.,
F. A. Bchaefer, Esq., Dr. T. P. Tisdale. C. Afong, Esq., II.
Macfarlane, Esq., W. Q. Irwin, F.k., H. L. Bheldon, Esq ,
Col L. 9. i-paulding. Cecil Urown, r sq., tt. t . uoiiea, esq , a.
Jaeger. Esq., J. U. Glade, Esq., James Campbell, Esq,, Hy.
Cornwell, Esq., J. Moanauli, Esq., Henry Tnrton, Esq., John
Cummins, Esq., Gen J. 8. Walker, T. C. McDowell, Efq., G.
West. Esq., C. T. Gulick, Esq , R. F. Bickerton, Esq., James
Makee, Esq.. Dr. P. il. Enders, Col Claus Spreckles, J. H.
Paty, Esq., M. P. Robinson, Esq., Dr. John S. McGrew, Capt
John Ross, J. U. B:ack, E-q., II. Schmidt. Esq., A.
Kamehameha Purse, $200.
Trotting Race, to harness ; free to all hones ; mile
heat; best 2 in 3. Entrance $15. Second horse to
save his stakes.
Queen's Purse, $100.
Open to all horses; Mile heats; b?st 2 in 3. Entrance
$15.00, catch weigh is. Second horse saves stakes:
Foot Race, $35.
Upen to ail pedestrians ; 400 yards ; three or more to
enter. $25 to the first, $10 to the second. Entrance $1.
Association Purse, $100.
Open lo all horse ; mile beau, Lest 2 in 3. Entrance $10
Mechanics' Purse, $100.
Trotting Race, to harness ; for all horses bred in the
Kingdom ; mile heats ; beat 2 in 3. Entrance $5. Second
to save atakes.
The Honolulu Cup, $250.
(Presented by Mr. M. Mclnerny) value $50. with $200
added. Running Race ; open to all horses ; 3 mile dash.
Horses 3 years old, to carry 95 lbs.; 4 years, 105 lbs.; 6
years. 110 lbs.; 0 years and aged, 126 lbs. Entrance $10.
Seoond horse to aave stakes.
King's Purse, $200.
Trotting Kace, lor double teams to wagon ; tree to an
horses: 2 mile dash. Entrance $15. Second horse to save
Mule Race, $50.
Running Race ; tree to all mules ; mile dash ; catcb
weights. Entrance $5. Second mule to save stakes.
Princess Purse, $100.
Running Race, open to all horsvs bred in the Kingdom ;
two mile dash. Entrance $ 10.
National Purse, $100.
Running Horses ; free to all ; one nine uasn ; eaten
weights. Entrance $15. Second horse to aave stake..
Public Purse, $50.
Hack Race ; one mile dash ; open to all horses that have
not run in previous races ol the day, or that have not
won a prize in any public race. Post Entrance $2. Sec
ond horse to save stakes.
$50 entrance with $100 aildid to the winner by the Com
mittee of Management.
P. Mapnin enters blk g Black Trince
R. l.ishtnan enter b s Little Ci.int
II. J. Agncw enters b m Baby.
All Riders to appear in Jockey Costume.
The Rules of the u National Association " of the American
Trolling Turl will govern the Judges in their decisions in
cases of disputes.
Entries for the above Itace niut be made in writing, ac
companied with entrance fee, names of horses, owners, and
colors of riders. Entries to be Icdge.l with the Secretary be
fore 2 P.M. on June 2nd, 1879. after which lime no entry
will be received.
rnjS II. J. At;M V, Secretary.
LANDS FOR SALE.
raMIIE TRACTS OF LAND KNOWN AS
M. Kaiwiki and Mautnau. situ ited in ill ? Listrict of Ililo,
Island of Hawaii, and containing an area of GOO acres, more or
less. Title fee simple. Terms easy.
For particulars, apply to J. FIEMSEN,
mylO 2in or F. A. SCHAEFER &. Co.
STRAYED OR STOLEN.
A BAY HORSE, BRAND n and IP
with cut on neck ! ft tide. The finder will be
suitably rewarded by returning same to
V. W. CLARK & SON,
KNOW A LL M EN BY Til ESE PRESENTS,
that I, the undersigned, hereby strictly prohibit and
forbid all persons from trespassing upon, or taking Pigs,
Cattle, or Horses, branded or unbranded; Birds of every kind;
and from cutting Timber from Ihe lands hereinafter specified,
situate in Hamakua, Island of Hawaii, to wit: Opihilala,
Kakaalaea, Hauola, Paauilo, Kobolalele, Manowaikohao,
Eaao, Kekualele, Kukaiau, Kaawikiwtki, and Kainelie.
Legal proceedings will be taken against all parties lntnng-
ing on my rights. mhl C11A3. N0T1.EY.
Corrugated Iron Roofing I
C, 7 nail 8 Fret Leuslbs.
FOR SALE AT (inylO 4l) F. A. SOU A EFER & CO.'a
Front I Ncufcld, Berlin.
Just Received in Splendid Order
Anil for Sale by
my!7 tf H. HACKFELD CO.
MACHINERY FOR SAtE I
ONE NEW BOILER, IO FEET LONG. G
feet in diameter, with 75 4 inch Tubes. Made in San
Francisco by Uinkley, Spier & Co., lately landed, ex Barken
Two New Evaporators, wrought iron shells, with 2 rows of
2j inch iron pipes. Made by Pontrifex & Wood, London.
One Wrought Iron Moolegu. witn copper internal ripes.
All of the above will be Sold Low for Cash. For particular
apply to (myl7 Ct) C. BREWER & CO.
A New Lot of P. Lorillard's
LIGHT PRESSED GOLD LEAF !
And Six and Twelve Inch Tnl.l.
Tihs is the Finest Tobacco in the Market.
H0LLISTER ft CO.
RACES! R A C E S !
On Kamehameha Day, June 11th, 1879.
REFRESHMENTS. PARTIES DESIRING
to erect Booths in Kapiolani Park fur the tale of Re
freshments on Jane 11th, are hereby notified that privilege
for the tale of Refreshments on that day will be granted. Any
one vending Refreshments without authority will be prosecu
ted. For particulars, apply to the
mJ17 MANAGING COMMITTEE.
lUIX LOUISE !
AN INVOICE OF
Muller's Lager Bier,
St. Paul's Beer,
Bout Meaux's Cognac Brandy,
I. 2, 3 and 4 O
UeltUltk Champagne, Thorcanx Champagne,
Finest Clarets, as Pomeys, Gorse, &c.
RITIiVJS WINE, At.
For sale by HACKFELD & CO.
Just Received from Bremen
Per Cerman Bk. Louise,
Muller's Pale Ale & Lager Beer,
Is QUARTS AND PINTjJ;
Geo. Goulet's Champagne,
Superior Sherry, in kegs;
French and Rhine Wines, etc.
FOR SALE AT (my 10 4t) F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.'t
A Full Line of Ship Stores and Groceries,
I m RESERVED FRUITS, MEATS, SOUPS,
-Atc.l e. my24 BOLLE3 It CO.
Johu Thomas Waterhoa?e, jr., Ei., is ai'poluteJ to act
aa a Commissioner tm-.ler the laws relating to the Hono-lnl-a
at.T AVorl. la place of Eon. Charles F- Bishop.
reti(;Di-tI. Saml G. Wildeb.
Minister of the Interior.
Interior OjEce. May litb, 17-J. Iiiy31
Lease of Government Land.
On SatarJar. July 5. 1S79. at 12 o'clock noon, will W
sold at Public Auction, at tlie front entrance of Aliiolani
Hale, the lease of Government Land aa follows;
That portion of Eeonepanee near Mr. Morris premises
in Kali hi Valley, adjoining the kuleana of Eanaina, (now
Mitchell) containing about 20 acreJ, a portion of which
Is weU suited for bananas. Upset price $30 per annum
payable semi-annually in aJvince.
Sam'l G. Wileer, Minister of Interior.
Interior Office, May 30, 1879. lnyJi
Lease of Government Land.
The lease for five years of one lot on the Esplanade,
00x100 feet, will be sold by Tublic Auction at the Aliiola
ni Hale on tbe 23th day of June, 1879, at 12 M. Upset
price 150 dollars per annum.
Tbe location and all other information can be obtained
at the office of the Interior Department.
SAMX G. WILDER,
Tuy24 Minister of the Interior.
Lease of Government Land.
Will be sold on Monday, June ICth, 1S79, at the front
entrance of Aliiolani Hale, at 12 o'clock, x. The lease
for a term of 10 years of the land KULAIMAKO, Hilo,
Hawaii. This land is midway between the Onoinea and
Kaupakuca Plantations, and has an area of 347 acres, of
which 2M are gooU cane land, including a tract near the
sea of half a mile square). The YTaiaama gulcb bounds
the whole land on the south. Map may be seen at the
Interior Office. Upset price, seventy-five cents per aero
per annum. Terms, payment semi-annually in advance.
Sam'l G. Wilder.
mj 17 Minister of the Interior.
SEALED TENDERS will be received at the Interior
Office until Saturday, May 24tu, at 10 A. M., for the deliv
ery of certain Iron Water Pipe, from the vessel to a point
between Richard street and the new Reservoir in Makiki.
From Richard street towards Punahou, 4000 feet 6 In.
pipe; thence to Reservoir, 10,000 feet of 8 in. pipe.
ALSO, tender for delivery of 12,1100 feet of 4 in. pipe
from a point manka of R. Lishman's house to and past
Waikiki; also, 9,000 feet of 6 in. pipe from the head of
Li lib a street to Xuuanu, tlienco to Reservoir opposite the
Tenders are requested at so much per ton for each
point. All iarticulars can be obtained at the Interior
Office. SAMX G. WILDER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, May 14th, 1S79. myl7
The following persons have been this day duly ap
pointed Agents to grant Marriage Licenses, viz.:
David Kailua, Island of Mulokai.
R. W. Meyer, Island of Molokai.
D. Kapab.ee, Puna, Hawaii.
D. Makalin, Uanalei and Koolau, Kauai.
Pulo Pubiula. Lihue. Kauai.
Sim'l O. Wilder, Minister of Interior.
Interior Office, May bth, 1879. mylO
Notick Is hereby given that from and after July 1st,
1879, a Licenso will be required to be taken out for the
sale of Salmon. A Retail License, which will allow the
holder to retail any and all goods, usual under such
license. Heretofore no license has been required for tho
sale of salt salmon, but the privilege having been abused
the aliove rule will be enforced.
Sam'l G. Wilder Minister of Interior.
Interior Office, May 8th, 1B79. mylO
Mb. D. S. Kauookaxo has this day been appointed.
Agent to take Acknowledgments to Contracts for Labor
in the district of North Kohala, Island of Hawaii, vice
W. Merseburg, deceased.
Sam'l G. Wilder, Minister of Interior.
Interior Office, April 2.sth, 1S7U. mylO
It has pleased His Majesty the King to appoint Her
Royal Highness Princess Likelike Governess of tbe Isl
and of Hawaii, vice His Excellency S. Kipi, deceased.
Iolanl Palace, March 29, 1&79. ap5
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, the premises known as the Union Hotel, Merchant
street. Upset price $7,000.
Full particulars of boundaries and areage can be ob
tained at this ollico. Sam'l G. Wilder,
ap20 Minister or the 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 land situated at Kahiahole, Leahi, and
containing 19 acres. Upset price. $250 for the piece.
HAM L l. MILDER,
ap20 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 Leases:
One piece of land situated In Manana, Ewa, Oahu, con
taining about three acres, lor 10 years. I psct price, uity
dollars per annum.
Those valuable tracts of land known as Kihalani and
Papaaloa. near to the landing of Laupahoehoe, in the dis
trict of Hilo, Hawaii, containing about COO acres, for 15
years. Upset price $400 per annum.
Payments On ail leases Will ue quarierijr ill auyimc.
Full particulars of boundaries, areage, ic, can be ob
tained at this office. Sail l O. Wilder,
Bp2C Minister oi tne interior.
Mr. Geo. Bell has this day been appointed an Agent
for taking and certifying the acknowledgments to Instru
ments for the District of Waimea, Island of Hawaii.
Registrar Office, Registrar of Conveyances.
April 24th, 1879.
Approved: Sam'l G. Wilder,
Minister of the Interior. apSGJt
Mr. Geo. Bell has this day been appointed an Agent
to take acknowledgments to Contracts for Labor in the
District of South Kohala. Island of Hawaii, vice Johu
Stupplebeen, Esq., resigned.
Sam'l G. Wilder,
Minister of Interior.
April Ski, 1879.
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
55 of the laws of 187C. THOMAS BROW N.
Approved: ltegistrar oi conveyances.
SAM L G. WILDER.
Register Office, March 20th, 1879, mh22
List of Licenses Expiring in May,
Xotice 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
u Sheriffs and Deputy Sheriffs nave instructions to rro-
secute, without discretion, any and all parties doing bus
iness without the proper License.
bAJl ii I. 1L.L-C.lt,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, April 30, 1879.
OAHU 1 Grant & Robertson, cor Hotel and Fort sts,
1 L Ablo, Heeia, Koolaupoko
fi Ah See, Liliha st, Honolulu
7 Lum Ip, Maunakea st, Honolulu
8 Ah Kat, Fish Market, Honolulu
11 E Strt-hz, cor Fort and Hotel sts, Honolulu
1:; IIoMon, cor Merchant Alakea sts, Hon
17 Jas A Hopper, Fort st, Honolulu
22 I'ook Sang, Beretania st, Honolulu
24 A S Cleghorn & Co, cor tjueen and Kaahn-
manu sts, Honolulu
20 Ahuna, Kamananui. Waialua
28 Antone Fernandez, 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
2C A Enos & Co, Wailuku
28 Kung Leung & Co. Wailuku
28 Young Hee & Co, Wailuku
HAWAII 1 Alana, Waiobmu, Kau
5 Akai, Hopnloa, tioutu bum
20 Goo Kim, Kahaluu. Kona Akau
KAUAI 13 Chung Tai, Waimea
18 Achon, Waimea
23 Aniiua, Xawiliwili
1 E P Adams, Queen st, Honolulu
24 A S Cleghorn & Co, corner Kaahumanu and
Queen st, Honolulu
OAHU 11 Ah Koi, Xuuanu st, Honolulu
11 Lum Toi. Fish Market, Honolulu
13 Ah See, Fish Market, Honolulu
14 Xee See. Beretania st, Honolulu
MAUI 28 Akela, Wailuku
MAUI 22 S Knewa, Makawao
11 Man Chang
27 R Anrep
1 Jim Kukona. Xo 28
1 Chas Hiram. Nos 30, 31
1 B H Kabananui. Xo 32
1 John Buckley, Xo 33
3 J C Wood, Xo 34
6 Kaleiai, Xo 35
10 P Puhalahua, Xo 36
10 Atong. Xo 37
14 Sam'l Macy, Xo 33
20 Mokuleb.ua, Xo 39
20 Jas H lies, Xo 40
23 John Kawi, Xo 41
23 Bill Kawaa, Xo 43
25 Ah Qui, Xo 43
22 Kukabuna, Xo 11
riMIOSE PREMISES SITUATE IX HILO.
K opposite the Court House, suitable for a first-class Hotel.
All in good order and repair. Apply to
J. II. CONEV, Honolula,
feg 79 orC. RICHARDSON. Hilo.
FOR SALE. .
mWO ADJACENT LOTS ON THE MAUKA
JL aide of Toung Street. Nos, 22 and 23. immediately makai
of Mr. T. G. Thrum's residence. Title Royal Patent, No. 103.
Size of each lot, 101 leet ftvnt by 153 feet deep. A pply to
mylOSm , CECIL BROWN.
SATURDAY, MAY 31.
Haifa not tbe bealhcn " Chintete " (as tbe
Gazelle man ppeils il) a tale to unfold? He used
to. but shortly after bis arrival on these inlands
; it goes up under bis bat. CJuery.
Mk.vslk.s- Tbe last steamer from San Francisco
brought two cases of measles, but as diligent pre
caution bas been taken to isolate those affected
there is no fear of the disease spreading-. '
Fair. The fair held at tbe Lyceum on Thursday
evening last under the auspices of the ladies con
nected with the Bethel Church, bas succeeded in
adding the sum of about SS00 to the treasury of
tne bethel banday fcchool.
Uxsa too Low. Kukui trees make good shade
trees and present a beautiful appearance when
kept properly trimmed. A complaint comes to ns
mat the limbs can? too Iowfrom those on rsuuanu
..-iiue, uriuceu ucieiauia auu iu&uiouici.
Of Tbe acnual Meeting of the Hawaiian Mission
Children Society, will be held this Saturday evening
at v.tu o clock in the vestry of tort btreet Church
A full attendance is requested, as the appropriation!
lor tbe year are to be considered and noted upon.
BcsixESd. There were no less than twenty-fonr
eases of all sorts, before the Tolice Court on
Thursday last. In this connection we may state,
that since the abolition of the opium licenses,
drunkenness and consequent crime bas increased
.orty per cent.
Fire Department. The annual election of Engl
neers for the Honolulu Fire Department takes place
at the engine bouse of Mechanic fo. - on Monday
evening next, June 2d. There is cot much excite
ment among the "laddies'' as the offices are no
2" Tbe hot season is coming on, and we trust
that the Agent of the Board of Health will be prompt
to take measures to abate nuisances and eradicate
bad and deleterious smells. We know of a place not
a thousand miles N.W. from the post-ofiice, where
from a cellar proceed odors that are anything else
but " the sweet south, soft breathing o'er a bank of
33- Some holes are dangerous, and others are
not. A bole in tho water don't stay long, and
one would hare to try very hard to fall into it
without making another one. But a bole in the
sidewalk, like the ono near Mrs. Drew's on Nuuanu
street, reminds one very forcibly, that earth and
water are two different kinds of matter. Oh, how
we hurt our shins.
March Ox. "A true word is olt-timcs spoken in
jest," and a recent occurrence proves the truth of
tbe saying. A Chinaman on one of our side streets,
by the name of J. lung On, bad a sign painted by
one of our foreign artists, and displayed the same
betore his door. A wag happening that way.
noticed the sign, ana being well acquainted wan
the present attitude of tbe Chinese placed the let
ters M A R before the C.and the sign of that celes
tial now chronicles tho movements of bis country
men they are " marcblng on."
Music. The Band will play at Emma Square to
day, commencing at 4.80 in the afternoon. Follow
ing is the programme :
March Greetings Lleblg
uvenure maoucco verdl
Waltz O Beautiful May Ktrausa
Selection Italian Operas Kappey
Polka Mazurka In Beauteous Blot n Stasny
Cavatina The Martyrs, new Donizetti
The next moonlight concerts will take place on
Monday, June 2d, and on full moon Wednesday, the
4tb, at the usual time and place.
" A Cueck to PitocD Ambition".'' We are quite
apt to plume ourselves upon the importance of
our central position, and to assume that all the
world has its eyes on Honolulu, bandwich (or
Hawaiian) Islands, in the Pacific Oceo.n. But not
Infrequently, as we hear from returned Islanders,
tbe questions are asked in Europe and America
"where is Honolulu?" "Are the people very
savage, and is it quite safe to live among them T"
And occasionally a letter, intended for some ono
here goes wandering about the world looking for
Honolulu. I lie last mail Irom the Last brousbt
one such, mailed in England and directed lo " Dr.
II. Hutchison, Honolulu, China." It bad gone to
Hongkong; marked "mis-sent," and travelled
back to England via the Indian mail, tlienco to its
Onal destination at Honolulu at last, having made
the circuit of the globe once and a half times. A
similar case occurred hero several years ago, when
a letter directed to " Honolulu, Melbourne, N. S.
V." reached here aftor having; been on its travels
over a year. The time will come erelong no
doubt, when not to know where Honolulu is will
be to argue one's self unknown ; but at present
we are a terra incognita to two-thirds of tho rest
XEW GOODS 1 XEW 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.
UlLLliNUliAM A CO.
X. B. The "QUEEN" REFRIGERATOR it the UM.
Can be bought at a reasonable price from
inyjl 4t DlLLUtUliAM at to.
KT- SOMETniXG XEW ! TO PLANTERS, PLAXTA-
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. ieb 1
Mr. Claras Sprcckels, or California, lalrud
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 miming feet of the ditch exca
vated, are requested to apply to H. Schussler, Haiku,
Maui, or to Wm. G. Irwin 4: Co., Honolulu, who will give
them the necessary Information.
By H. SCHUSSLER.
November 23, 1878. dc7
CAUTION TOJTHE PUBLIC.
To avoid imposition, purchasers of Waltham 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
It. E. Robbins, 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 frequently separated from our
movements and put upon worthless movements of other
makers, and rice verta, 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 la 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 cases offered in
the market are debased from 10 to 20 per ernt. from the
quality they assume to be. This is a fraud upon the pur
chaser, and accounts for the 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 grades of full
plate movements, known by the marks, Wm. Ellery,"
Appleton. Tracy & Co.," " Waltham 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 resulta of our expe
rience and study for twenty years as can be useful in this
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 ourselves, too, of this occasion to warn the
public against cheap watches. The superiority of
Waltham goods, in all grades, is now so generally ac
knowledged that our competitors, Swiss 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 w hat they can get. Times are hard, 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 :
" 1 know that the public in general are set upon having
things cheap, being so ignorant that they do not know
when they get them nasty, also bo ignorant that they
neither know nor care whether they give a man his due ;
I know that the manufacturers, go-called,' are so set on
carrying out competition to its utmost, competition of
cheapness, 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 both are essential to good watch-iuaking.
Low price, especially in watches, means low quality,
with low performance and bicb repairs.
Our mission was, and our business is, to make good
watches, w hatever the cost ; holding 6nly to this single
purpose, we have seen Improvement in quality and re
duction in cost, by means cf discoveriea and improve
ments in machinery and by natural canses, go steadily on
together, until we can truly Bay, Waltham Watches, in
their respective grades, are the best watches made, and
as to the lower grades, they are within reach of every,
body who earns wages. Our prices are aa low as they
ought to be, and as low as they will be. Watches cannot
be made for nothing, even by machinery. We aay to the
public, buy a good watch while you are about it, and pay
a proper price for it. The mort you pay an honest dealer
the better satisfied you will be in the end ; don't be de
ceived by cheapness quality descends faster than price.
For American Watch Co., of Waltham, Mass.
ROBBINS & APPLETON, General Agents,
apl9 New York, U. 8. A.
All the above Line of Waltham Watches for Sale at
the Store of M. McINERNV, Sole Agent for this Kingdom.
Also, Agent for the GORHAM STERLING SILVER
The Trade Supplied at LOWEST PRICES. ap26 3m
t3? At the auction rooms of H P. Adams will be
sold tome fine bortes cn TuciJU next.
GT To-day at 12 o'clock, at Aliiolani Hale, will
be sold tome valuable lads and leases.
Fire Tie alarm from District 2, at 7 o'clock last
evening, was caused by the burning of a tnattresa la
tbe rear of tbe resilence of Col. W. F. Allen, and waa
a needless alarm.
A Step is tek Right Phectiox. ft Along baa
purchased for the use of tbe bands on bis plantation,
a set of brass euasical Instruments, 10 ia number
and at a cost of $500. It is his intention lo organist a
band from among tbe Chinese In bis employ, sad bis
action in this matter is worthy of being cop ed and
followed by other of our planters.
A Raid o.v Gavbleks. The raid made upon a
Chinese gambling den on last Wednesday even
ing, and tbe capture of a number of those engaged,
reflect credit upon the police force, and shows
that they are awake to the live issues of tbe day.
The Celestials were present iu force ns usual, and
a further investigation in this particular direction
would undoubtedly meet with like success.
Fatal Result or ah Accipest. Mr. Alexander
Hutchinson, who was so seriously injured to tne
weeks since at Xaalebu, Kau, Hawaii, by tbe over
turning of a boat. La we are sorry to leara suc
cumbed to that non-respector of pcrsous, death, and
departed to that bourne from which no traveller re
turns. Mr. Hutchinson was a gentleman well known
among our Island residents, and one wbo rtoatcsel
qualities of head and heart, that endeared hha to all
wbo bad tbe pleasure of bis acquaintance. Hit sud
den demise is a loss, not only to bis family but to tbe
community at large, and the friends who followed
the body to its last resting place bad with then in
spirit tbe sympathy of all who knew tbe gentleman
during life. Mr. lfutchinion leaves a beloved wife
to mourn his loss and we, in common with the rest of
the community, tender our heartfelt sympathy lo her
in this ber hour of affliction.
Sharp Practice. The first ofllccr of tho British
bark Lady Lomyson. was on Thursday last found
guilty in the Police Court of the offense of smug
gling opium, and sentenced to three months im
prisonment with bard labor. A Chinaman waa
the complainant, wbo averred that be had given
tbe mate some 91400, for quantity cf opium to
bo delivered, but that wbeu the time came for de
livering the drug, the mate told him that Ibe gov
ernment officers having commenced to search Ibe
ship, be bad thrown it overboard but be declined
to return the lunds hence the complaint " hence
these tears." It la susnortod ht unm .. Ik.
mate worked a sharp game on the- Chinaman, by
el-mug iuo npjnm 10 some oiner ct'lt'stial, instead
of throwing it overboard, and that thus be bas
made a verv handsome sncrulatinn for wl.tck
can afford to devote bis physical energies to the
government service (with board and lodging) for
the short space of three months, and then go on
hlS Wav With a Cn-nfnr tnliln mn'mrr t'.,M . t.
: J " 6 ' " .via. tun
price said to have been agreed upon $13 rer tiu
it would appear that the market is at present
wni suppueu. a ue omcers wuo searched the vessel
found tbO bOX Which had enntsino.1 tlm mnn..
but tho coin Itself was non est inventus. '
AnmvAL op the Leuoa. Messrs. Wilder Si Co.'a
new steamer which has been expected from Ban
Francisco, arrived at this port on tbe afternoon of
tbe 20 th inst. Her arrival was the oooasion of the
gathering of a large number of people, both native
and foreign, on tbe wharf, and she was no sooner
made fast than her decks were thronged by an eager,
curious crowd, who seemed greatly ioterested in lis
tening to any details of the trip down. The LtKua
was built by Messrs. Dickey Bros., of San Francisco,
and is 120 feet in length, 21 feet beam, is 219 tona
burden, and has cabin accommodations for twenty
persons. Her captain and officers speak in high
terms cf ber qualities as a good tea boat, while bar
engineers assert that 10 knots ean be made. Her
appearance on her arrival reflected credit nnon bar
officers, and they no doubt felt proud at tbe favora-
Die comments made on the cleanliness and neatness
which was everywhere noticeable. The Lthua made
the trip from port to port in 11 days and 22 hours,
bringing a small canto and two nasencon. Follow.
ing is a list of her present officers: Captain Geo. C.
lseckley z Chief Oflioer A. M. Panier: Chief Engineer
W. Pierce. For a month to come the Lthua will run
to ports to windward, after which time (he will be
placed on a regular route to Kauai.
Ere ia Iri3 again Iris, tho attendant of
Juno, as Mercury was of Jupiter. She is repre
sent eu i Deinjr extremely beautiful s deaconJin
unon the rainbow, with .mnit..l -.1... . wi. ... .
glory round ber bead ; and clothed in floating robes
- - v. mijiujvuiui,, iicr peculiar OlilCCt
were to convey the commands of Juno ; to create
ditteniiont ; and to release the souls of females
struggling in the pangs of death." Vide, Hort's
Pantheon, a compilation of tho worVa r.f f.mi-ius
Pythogaras, and Thalcs, the founders of (Jreoian
tobllOBODhv and mvthnln-rv Kn miinh fVi Trt
we have more modern matter; in tbe Uatetl'e of tbe
21st, we find the following account of A lica.(tm-ia
shipwreck. The factt are as follows A
short time after the Crotbv struck the reef, ah
broke in two. and passed out of tiaht. All hands
took to tbe boats soon after, as it was evident tbe
vessel would soon go to pieces, &C.' As the vessel
bad disappeared from sight, tbe crew must have been
down among tbe dead men, wben they took to tbe
boats, possibly to cross tbe river fc'lyx, but then
you should have known Mr. Gazelle that there is a
ferry on that river, and one can't "jump " the toll,
nor does old Cbaron allow any other boats than bis
on it. Later still we come to the re nor t nf I ha
Hirtlulnv Celebralinn nn tho Olik Sn .
find that once acain. the usual order cf things ara
reversed : for. ouotintr from tbe Oaielle. th en.
tertainment was opened by a few appropriate
remarks, after which the first toast. &.a.. then ih
nenoml loflat. Ala . anrl. anenrd i n ir in tKj. ' Jnn.m ma
. - . . . u w WW.., 4V
until after all this portion of the entertainment bad
been gone through with, did the assembly partake
nf the (rood lliintra net before ilinm Kia .... .
Britisher knows that tbe eating on such oocasbus Is
ursc aueDueu 10, men lonowa, as a natural course,
the ft1 ft l at rpnnnn. anil tiitfl fli.t e,t ar.nl Aimn t
' w w r vs. BFvwat va savvy
this week's issue, the Gazette informs ns, under tbe
bead of " Something New," that " tbe first piece of -
work in dhinti charaetera ever rinno nn il,.n
islands, was done at this office lately." We are in
clined to think be is wrong, for " chin " easy
characters are English, and bad been worked on
these islands before be knew them. Wt are willing,
ilia rianil linnlit r.l a v snrl Vi r rA I,a i r. aV..: .ii rsilR'
-" .. BUWWN. IT J WUl., UV lUVUll.HUII
caused by tbe exuberance of bis own verbosity will 1,1
have no evil effects.
Queen Victoria's Biethdat. Tho anniversary jv
cf the birthday of Her Majssty the Queen of Eng. '
land, which occurred on the 21th inst, wtaandoubt-
edly celebrated in all countries and climes by those ;
whose boast it is that tbeir ancestors, or tbey them-
selves, were loyal subjects of that land, upon whose
broad domain tbe sun is sail to never set. In this..
city, besides the display of flags on tbe various con
sulates, and on the shipping in the harbor, oar isl
and residents, wbo acknowledge fealty to Victoria,
Queen of Great Britain and Empress of India, cele
brated tbe COth anniversary of ber Majesty's birth,
by a supper given under tbe auspices of Ibe' British
Benevolent Association, at the Hawaiian Hotel.'
Provision bad been made in tbe dining ball of tbe
Hotel for the accommodation of one hundred people,
and at 8 o'clock P. M. not a seat was vacant, stand
ing room only being left for later comers. After a
prayer by tbe lie v. Mr. Blackburn tbe initiatory
proceedings toward repleting any discrepancies ex
isting in tbe inner man were commences!, and con
tinued until a sufficient time bad been given to ob
tain a "genteel sufficiency." when the assembly was
called to order by Major Wodehouse, the President
of the Association, wbo, in a few well chosen and
feeling words, proposed " the health and continued
long life of Her Majesty Queen Victoria." Tbe toast
was drank standing, ana tte audience led by 1. 11.
Davies, sang tbe English national anthem. Major
Wodehouse then proposed the second toast of the ;
evening, " Long life and happiness to His Majesty
King Kalakaua." This toust was also drank stand-V-p st
ing, and in response tbe Band played the Hawaiian i r 11
After tbe conclusion of the toasts
came a season of song, during which tbe following
selections were rendered by tbe gentlemen named :
The Sea Is England's Glory, by Theo. IT. Davies- Tom
Bowline, by Mr. Moliison; Scotch song, by D. Harris- r. .
Fine Old English Gentleman, by Henry May; Dolly Dal- JSlTJ
sy, by Mr. Taylor; Moriarity, by Mr. Thomas; Nancy Lee, J
ly . Ives; himon the Cellerer, by A. T. Atkinson: Don't
Make a Noise, by W. Ben-Ill: Dear Little Jessie, bv Mr.
Gilnllan; Little Nell, by Mr. Harrison; Bailor's Burial, b . r. .
Mr. Asbworth; Kerryonians, by Mr. Freeth; Pulling Hard 1
Against tbe Stream, by Jas. Lycett; Annie Laurie, by J.
iiooo; itecitation L.ove oi country, ny o.o, L.ucas; Anla
Lang Syne, by Mr. Davies, in tbe rhoma of which tho
assembled company Joined, closed the evening's feadvt-
Ana each took an Lis several way,
lUsolv'd to meet some ither day."
IIoxoi.ru;, May 27, 1879.
To the Editor of the Pacific Commercial Advertiser:
Dear Shi : Are we to bo favored wilh an ac
count of tbe trip of the Slormhird t Captain Jack-
son's reports of tho wanderings of the Slonnoird sn,i
among me l&iea oi me oum sea, wuo descriptions
of the inhabitants thereof, is very interesting read
ing, but probably there are several reasons for not focer
thus favoring tbe pubVi. . . r'
California is about to vomit, is Hawaii to be
made the rccepticlct Would it not bo advisable,',
is it not advisable, is it not absolutely essential
that an edict should be Issued forbidding tbe 0
landing of men on the shores of this Kingdom if
unaccompanied by an equal number of women U
Patriotic planters, well wisuers of Hawaii, andi
uoiiu uiuers uavu riijuiN, cau uuittin a IU11 SUDOIVJ
of laborers accompanied by their wives and chii-Vj
Uren ; therefore let tbo stream of death be averted .V
from the bhores ol Hawaii. Truly yours. ft