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XJ DY E. P. ADA 171 S .
C'JRegnIarCash Sale !
CXrJ THURSDAY, JUNE 191b,
At It o'clock A. M-, at SaVs Boem. - "
t P. A tA M S, Aofliowi.
Mortgagee's Nolice of Sale.
LOr1r and kf vtrlo if Tamer cf Entrant lined in a cer
tain Mortf gm saa-le by W Cheia? In James Koinaoa, de-e-ed.
dir,i Marrh 7. 1ST. a,M tl reeov in Lrixr 2, on
f 346, 344 aad 37, ami Tor a breach ef tba- cooxi.lk.ot In
said Motif as-a contained, 1 aoa Jlrected by ta EieeoUn and
Tnmm of in Ctr of Jt tghunoa, 4eaud, to Mil at
Pnritia auction in prnw of u.d pawer cf saie, oa tbe 2!a
CAT of Jl E, lija, at at; ltV9frai la theCity cf Honolulu,
i II M. ef that day, all sad atcgnUr the lands, tenenvnU and
t r-l.taaBfo( In aaid Mcitjtjri" aao4 sod dearribed, sitoaue
at Pslama, HoorJuJa, Irako, and ava- par.icnlarly d--eribed
a fallows, to wiC:
' 1 1 UiKU, ft kMatki an soa ke kit! Hem
Kom kcikl, ptU ana soak kihl tlu tomtUMa
Kauai, a hnfo'aka pan.; A,31 11. k 2 14 kaal ma k o
Kaoal falsa a.! o, alula Hera S ft, a 14 kaal aoakoJaa
Imwaeti, aMiU IIm tl tinm 3 li kaal ma ko N'apa'apa'a,
alaila Ak 3-J Km 1 CJ kaal ma ko (xal, a L.kt I as hi 1
aVMasakal." O ka nci 41 10 eta. -
Arasa. Kila, i bonmakaaoa raa k kihi Ak o kr.'a aina
ma ka pa po&aka ma ka Uht Ak pi.'i aka i k koleaoa o Ke
anl. a nolo aka P"V Hem ij Kom Wl paaka ma ka pt li
. pa saaJaW aaa. Ilea Slf Horn lOO paaka, alaila Ilrai i
- Knot I saaka. alalia lira a Kca ISO paoka. alaila Uem
-. I'M Jkuaa Htt paukn, alaila Hen 7t K-m 1 45 paoka, e
piU aoa Seia maa anao I ka kaLavai. alaila Hem 7 J lllk 91
paaka ma kafii kala a Kanohiki, aUila lien a Hn 23 pao
ka ma ko Eocaktkt mo faiaa, alaja Ak 40 llik 69 paaka
ma ko Kcawekotofcaa I ka Koookikl, aUila Ak 4 3 litk 69 paa
ka ma, ka KaaveknkJt. a'ajla Ak 0 3 11 ik 24i paoka a I kahi
I aooaaaka'i." O tu,a no! X I H'M eka, paa la. 1 4-lM cka.
. Alao, that certain of lan-l altaatr in Moliko, KapaJa
ma. Oaita. bwaoded aJ 4e-ribeJ aa follova: Lai Kola
sakaai a m ka UaW." hoafaaka aa k kihl ak o keia aioa.
p.li ma ka pa pobaaa no Kaaina, a bolo hem 27 b.k 64
paaka ma k kola a Koonblkl. hn 67 koo A paoka Dia ka
kola koaok ti, k na SI 44' bik 134 pooka aa ka lot boti
no Hotikn, bm Ct 44' koaa 4-il paaka ma ka loi ko.li do
kfohko. hn 0 kin 1 17 paaka ma ka M koill no Moliko,
ha 1 bsia 1 IS paaka ma kutli an Molika, ak 77 li" bik
. 4d paaka a ka aawal lot a me kala. ak, 80 3 t(U333 paaka
da kola a biki i ka pa a na. ak 3w" bib 2rl paaka a ma kola
I kikM ka pa aiaa, at 4M 4V kk lil paaka ma kota
- biki I ka p ktoa, beat 64 9 So" bik 110 paaka me ka pa aina
jm m:ui i aa nrmmaaa ana." na i d-iuu era, imi bring itie
f aaarribad ta Edpai Palest No. 243, KoleanavUela ZSM.
Alao. thai piece of Und aitaate la 'Kapalama anrcaaU and
JoaerilMd aa i Jo-. LtA a mo Kala. E boomaka ana ma
k k bi koro e piU ana I k kihi keoj b:k ka aina a Edward
Burp, a bet aka, baa 44 bik 71 paaka ma ka Keaveko-Ir.b-,
alalia ak 61' bik 64 paaaa ma ko KeavekoMie, alaila
ak IV knaa tl paaka ma ko Maal, alaila ak 61 3 bik 273
paak"ma ko Maoi a me Uakeo. ak Mi 3 koaa 134 paoka ma
ko Kaiim, alalia ae a ma ka lima hen, 9 paaka m ka kole
ana a Kailio, alaila ak lij 3 kom 21 paoka, alaila brm tl
koaa 271 koaa ma ka kina Kdard Bureaa, alaila hem 9 3
kom laO paak3 a bikl 1 kahl i boomaka'i.1 Kona lu 45-100
Kka, aod kemy tbo fma M described in Royal Taunt No.
474, Kaleaoa Ula 77 11.
for particalara lnqolr of
E. P. ATJM., Aortiooeor, or
-T'liciUr t-r rxecoCora and Troiteea of the Estate of
m jll . - " Jaaaoa Kobiaaoo. deceaaed.
Pacific Iron Works,
SIX r HAS CISCO.- MANIFACTCRCRS OF
Sugar Mills, Engines, Boilers,
. VACUUM PANS.
EVERY DESCRIPTION OF IRON WORK
. Connfdion tnlh Fugir Plntt.i.
Tr PrU Term, ipplj t
E. P. ADAMS,
Aarnt (r tl" flawaiian foianJa.
SAX FK. N CISCO.
. r.UHUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS
A 11.. 3 1' HCItl I T I M
- . or
PARTIES IN HONOLULU,
or otker parta of lh Ilan.!,
DESIRING FURNITURE !
. CAN I LATE TIIKIR
Orders Filled at Lowest Rales
r appcail to Mr. K. I. .tlUMS.Qvfn Swl,
wha baa ar Uracriptiro Patalogaa) with Price.
o -it ;h"a IS" T !
- v It Stre f U T. nOPP, King St.,
Black Walnut Bedroom Sets !
Sla-k Walaat SiJebnanla.
Black Walnut Diniaf Cbaira.
Oak Cane Seat Dining Chain),
Cedar Bedroom Beta.
. Pine Bareaas. Me., 4c. .r.
E. P. ADAMS, Agent forHaw'n Is.
E. S. COII A I'ROPRIKTOR
MERCHANT STREET, IIONOLCLC.
Choice Ales, Wines. Liquors, Cigars, &c
Tho Honolulu Book-Bindery.
DOES BINDING of ALL DESCRIPTIONS
Tna Work ewuted fli Establbhmenl i nnJer the
auperriaioa of UL JOUM I.. RKCAnhoU well-known aa
aa experienced workman, and reaaof it inrpoMtrd.
"Worlc DonoatLoAvest Kates
AVIIlTXEr Si. ROBERTSON.
StaUoaers. P"her, 5a TWalera an.1 Book-Binderm.
V, - (fr'79)
: FOR SALE.
OSK NEW KASTERX-KCII.T FOIR
m keeled Oa Cart ef TerT opioe make; jot the eart
lu, pUntatloa oae. (W) C. BRfcW EK CO.
. FOR SALE.
OXE EXPRESS WACOX A X I 11.4 IIX ESS.
"Owe Top Boxy awl llarneia, nearly near. Alao, th-r 1m
paeted Uor-e ?eT.. , ArrJ t ovrv
No. 13 Nauna Mreet, Honolulu.
t-r oTSNOS.3R.sn. co axo ei. x the
JLj naino. aaal of 11 ncla o, eoener Kmc and rukot Strreta.
Roval ratent Na 304. Area. U41 fothoma. 17 fret. Oppo--il
tlM roulence cf Mr- E. Pttatn. Atl-.roer tJeneral.
Aava. lot of hantl. with water prlTllrte mr lm?ttioo in Ka
olou (iaaaoa Tal'ey, oopaatie ikw reaidenee of J. S. Walker,
Xao. Royal Tatent No. Ii44. Area, W-10O of an
ju7 Ira . Apply to - A. F. Jl DP.
FOR SALE ! 'A BARGAIN ! !
nillonE TERT DESIRABLE PREMISES
I aitaated on Pncchtnwl Street, and alao frootinoo MUlrr
BtreK. Thei k oa the preatiar. a two-atory doeJooc hoaae.
aUmbla front, with verandaa. Ceiled tbroucrtaait lnale. and
built within ika kaat two yean. A loo. a ri new cottae,
with 4inirfroom. at're room, kitchen, and other oat-booae.
The Wt eeataina ab..ol half aa acre, wit fond paatarara.
Government water laid oa throof h the kt Title perf-- tor
' particalara, ennoire of JOSkPII LaZ ARl
. Kaahamana street.
mil T I. THE LXIIKRSiaXED.IUVKOlVkS
J. to lA lur. A. klACKMNTOdli a. Power of A Homey to
'aollecl and recefro all moneys doe and owing to me, and no
taer pawwm as aathnrkwd to reeeiee soooeys oa n-.y aecoant.
. . .... :.mk . ' 1 k. t. lml iliehns
eJ " ' l TiViv iT'i-"
aw' aAi-r uils one
tronalalo, Jon 3, 3370.
; NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
VOTICEISIIF.REUrClVKX THAT THE
i aadersigned bsa bean appointed Esrentir of the last will
aVl mw anient of E. T. O'Halforan, of H.mola'a. deceased,
and all parsons are bereby aotifled to present their rliims.
'aalT Mihejuieate.L, whether secwrrd by mortg.ge or otherwise.
,th'aCVew Raahaasano Street. U Uooololn. w.U.io ai
. aas,rts fM. tke data hereof, or they will tm forerer rrU
aad ail persona iadebted to sab! estate are hereby not i A -d to
snake immediate payment thereof. F. 8. PRATT.
Kxreotoe of the test will and isat.men of E. T. O Halknn,
DaaTni'fWilala. JaTtk, . i"
BY C. S. BARTOW.
. T23l1Ep Day,
STOOK OF TIH WARE
Vt Vnctioii I
I am iu.truclcd by Ricliaxd F. T ker:r, Et)-, Aao guee, to
cr.l at fbMii Aucl.-m.
ON SATURDAY, JUNE 14th-
AT lO O'CLOCK. A. M-.
AT THE STORE OF MR. JOHN M'LEAN,
All the Balance of Retail Stock
f"r.n;-tifi(r 'I a VarW-ty r f Tiriva ie. i .r-a, ft trj",
and T.Mr.ar. frork, Ac.
C. 9. BARTOW. Ao. t r.
ON FRIDAY, : JUNE 20lh,
At 10 o'rlx-k A. I , at Faa Rutn, Will t .11
Elegant Pieces of FURNITURE !
Eaiale .f the lale Mr. tOEfE :
1 ?urior E-x.k Cae, Stftxry,
1 Marble Top Bureaa, Vienna Cliaija,
Sockrra and Eay Chain, Veranja Chairs,
Pk-turea, pi.itifle, TTanlroli-, Walcliea, anJ ether aricl'3.
C. S. BARTOW, Aiffr.
LAW BOOKSt AUCTION
By Or.ler of 31r. F. P. Tr.itt, Exeralnr of the E-laie of E. T
O'Hal'.oran, ileeeaied, -
ON THURSDAY, JUNE 26th,
At 11 a. in., at rale.rooni, I will Offer at Public Auction,
Particalara by Future Ailveriiaement.
C. 8. BARTOW. AoctV.
For Sale "by Auction
AT .OUTJI KUU1L1, HAWAII.
ON THURSDAY, JULY 10th,
If not Previously Sold,
Will beoOVredat Public A art ion on the premieea at North
Kubala, the following property:
One Frame Dwelling HouseJ
idx2i feet, with Lar(e Ciatem. Out Ilouaea, Ijtrfto Chicken
Yard, 6 Acrea ot Leased Land eDckraed with a good
WIRE AND PICKET FENCE.
For farther particnlara, apply (o
II. V. CHAMBERLAIN,
mySl lm On the premises.
A KRAFT & SONS,
MA XCFACTI'RERS OK JKH'KLRV AND
dealer, la Watcbeaand Watch Material. Me make the
buaineso of Opticians a specialty. Hotel htreet, a few doora
east of Fort Street, near Ir. McOre a'a residence, llooololu,
and Z21 liroonie Street, New York. mylO 6m
rMIE CXOERSIGXEI). AGEXTS OP THE
llamborx bremcn Fire ln.urance Company, are author
ixril to take I ire Uuks on Detached Wooden KujIJiiiES and on
Plantation Building. Machinery, etc., on the different Islands
of this rronp, AT L)WljT KATL?.
For further particular, apply to
my 10 2m F. A. SCHAtrKR t t:Q-. AgenU.
rm-nast: premises siti atk ix iiii,o.
m. opposite the Court House, suitable for a first-class HoleL
All in gond ot l-r an.1 rej air. Aplyto
J. II. COXEV. nonotnla,
H 79 or C. RICHARDSON. Uilo.
From 1-. Nrafrld, Errlia.
Just Received in Splendid Order
And far Snip ' ,y
my!7 tf II. IIACKFBLD CO. '
ffMIE I'MIKKSICXKI) IS NOW PRE.
M. PARkD to fill (Jrdera for Hnzle Kperinicns or Complete
Setts cf Hawaiian Ferns, unmounted, on short notice.
Prlrf 10 et Farh, r $10.00 for the Sett st 115.
The Specimens are beaoliWIr pre.erreil, retaining their nat
ural green, ami moat of the varietw-a hare a portion of the root.
Orders for Mnilina Mail Include Paatae.
THUS. O. THRUM.
(Jail and Soo
KALER INGEXERAIj MERCHANDISE
at lionckaa, Hamakua, Hawaii, where you will find a
lanre and well selected Assortment of Dry Ooods, Uroeeries
and HardwaaO. Also Lumber, Doors. ab, Blinds, Nails,
Paints, OVt, etc.
XT fpecial Orders f T Pui'ding MatcriM GlleJ at Isrrat
Market Kales. apl2 3ra
Csntrattln, Consoltins and Valuing Engineer !
HAVING ESTABLISH EI RELATIONS
with Eminent Eneineering Firms It Great Britain, la
prep. red to give Plans, specifications aii J Estimates for all
kinds of Machinery. He i. also ready to ondertake the loca
tion of Bcgar l'lantationa, the Conatruction of Wharves and
Landing places, the Surrey and Construction of Raitwaxs,
Tramways, Water Leads, Flnmes, die.. Ace , the superintend
ence of soy works in course of construction, and all other work
in lbs Engineering Line.
lie also offers his services as Valuator or Appraiser to all
who may require them.
XT OFFICE, corner of Kaahumma and Queen Streets, II-.
nololu. Hawaiian Islands.
OFFICE HOL'RS i From O A. M. to 4 P. SI. ap283m
1UCMNR VF0fT SAtE I
ONE NEW BOILER, 1C FEET LONG. C
feet in ilimet-r, with 7& 4 Inch Tubes. Made in San
FranriKO by liinkley, f pier Ac Co., lately landed, ex Barken
Two New Ersporators, wrooitht Iron shells, with 2 rows of
2J inch Iron pipes. Made by Pontrif-x A Wood. London.
One Wrought Iron Montejru. with Copper Internal Pipes.
All of the aboTe will be Sold Low for Cash. For particulars
apply to (my!7 6t) C. ltllEWF.It At CO.
Ex. Alphonsie Zelie, Ella, Forest Gueen
and J. A. Falkinbnrg.
40 Bales Caiifornia Oat an.l Wheat n.) ;
I 7 Tons Timothv. fml fnr "Jersey cowsj"
O Tons Bran, U Tova Oats.
m;3 3m' For ?a!e l y
. W. I'EIRCE JL CO.
riMIE fNIERSGNEI BEG LEAVE TO
M notify the pot.l c th tt tley bare perfected their arrag
menls. an 1 are now prepare.l to lorni-b to consumers any aikl
ALL KINDS OF STOCK FEED
Wheat, OjtsCArlry, Aifaira and Manirnlr ILij.
OatsCran, Carlrf, Uhfat, Corn, Mlddllaps.
3111! I fd. Oil CaL 3Iea!, f rat kfd (ra. Etc.
: Having a First Class Mil!,
We are Prepared to Fill All Orders fc.r
Corn Meal, or anr kin ! of Ground Grain. Orders L-lt tt
Mixed Feed. I. e.,'ay Col and Oriin Oroond. birred and
delirere-1. w ill be promptly attended to. Ground Grain is
from tfty to one hundred per cect. more economical than
Whole Grain, to feed to stock. We bare a Urge and cotnmo
dims Wsrehouse. liOtaO. near the f termer Whrf, where we
ran accommodate pr'a who requi.r s orage; and our build
ing is rain rrm'f. rt proof and wind proof. Also, a Stuck
ai d jutach"! to rnr Warihoaae. h. re we are prepared to
accommodate Mules, Horses, etc. and guarantee tlirm plenty
of Goo-t Feed and allen:ur, at reiaonuble rates. Plantatioa
orders, as well as all other, m ill be thankfully received and
promptly attended M. OFFICE on Foil S'.reet. next djcr to
Lcris' New ?hor.
mhl6n LA INK &. CO. .
ri'UE REAL ARTICLE OF
1 Churoe, in tjuart llotile, a 'sorted,
at '79 For Sale by
E 4 ST INDI A
ROLLE A Va
For Ssiii Francisco.
The Favorite American Bark
Q.V I- C MURRAY,
Will Sail for above Port with Dispatch-
For freight cr ps.ige, harin; auperijr aecom modal iocs
C. BKEM LR & CO , Agents.
The A I Clipper Schooner
"Will Have Q,uiclc IDispatch.
For Freight or Tajsige, arply lo
WM. O. IRWIN A CO., Agenta.
FOR sSAlV FRAIVCISCO.
The American Barkentine
t -a 9 JL r-S S JLZM.m., JL ,
Will Hat Quirk DUpatch for the Abort Port.
F..r Freight or Pauiage, app'y to
m j 24 H . UACKFELD A Co.. Agents.
NEW YORK AND HONOLULU
DIRECT LINE OF PACKETS I
WII. CROSSM AN Si BRO.. 1 I S CHAMBER
a JTRKKT. JiKW Y'ORK, AGENTS. XT A First
C lass Yeswl will be laid on for Honolulu,
To Sail not Later than the Middle of Jane.
Having already secured a considerable freight frthis vessel,
there will be no delay in sailing.
XT For Freight or Pa.Mi.ge, apply to the Agents above
named. mhlS 3m
STEAMSHIP COMPANY I
FOII SAW FRAIVCISCO.
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
"Will leave Honolulu for San Francisco on
or about Monday, July 7th.
For Sydney, via Apckland !
THE SPLENDID STE.. ASS II IP
CITY OF NEW YORK,"
ON OR ABOUT MONDAY, JUNE 16th,
II. DACRFELD k CO., Agents.
G'sada for Sbipmeait per Sleomrr con w
be Stared, Free. f Charge, 1st Ibe Fire.prewf
Wnrehotae rnewr I he Steamer Wlisrf. Jal 79
TIME-TABLE OF THE
Taetday, June 17, 6 p m
Tuesday, June 24, 6 p m.........
Circuit or Hawaii
No Credit for Passage Money !
We positively decline to open accounts for Passages, and we
particularly call the attention of the traveling public to the
necessity of having Baggage and Freight plainly marked; the
Steamer will not be responsible for any unmarked baggage or
for any Freight or Parcels unless Receipted for.
FREIGHT MONEY DUE OX DEMAND!
In all cases of Freight for parties not tesponslble or un
known, the Freight Money will be required in. advance.
PACKAGES OF LIQ.UORS AND W1XES
MUST BE PLAINLY MARKED
For the ptrty whom they are for, or plainly stated In the re
ceipt to whom they are consigned.
All demands for Damage or Loss, must be made within one
In no way liable for lose cr accident to live stock.
XT Hack Drivers, Boys, and such like, will not be allowed
on board the Steamer upon arrival, until after the pas.engers
have been landed.
mhS7 WILDER Ac CO.
8. C. 1LLKX.
at. r. BOBISSOK.
ALLEN & EOBINSON,
T ROBINSON'S WHARF. DEALERS IN
Lf MB KB and all kinds of IiULDINQ MATERIALS
Paints, Oils, Nails, Ac, Ac.
SCKST3 roa 8cnoonr3
del) llooololu, Hawaiian Island.. (ly
v. FiRirsrK: cooke,
AGE.fT OF THE rOl.I.OHIKO COASTERS :
Red with White Ball. OFFICE, Corner of
Kuuana and Queen Streets.
T. E. FOSTER & Co.,
Mary E. Foster,
And the Water Boat.
srSO ly Office on the E.planade, Honolulu.
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
C. BREWER Si CO.. AGENTS.
Merchandise received STORAGE FREE and
tAJjf-Jfea liberal cash advances made on shipments by this
in. ji2 ') C. BREWER s CO.
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE!
C. BREWER Si CO., AGENTS.
Favorable arrangements can always be made for
i9SZS2 Storage and Shipment of Oil, Bone. Wool, Hides
and other Merchandise to New Bedford, Boston. New York and
other Eastern Ports. XT Cash Advances made.
jaJ79 C. BREWER Aj CO.
A Perfect Sewing Machine.
The result of an immense outlay of money and years of
labor and experiments by the best meAan'.cs to be found,
BUT TWELVE WORKING PARTS,
(Others require from thirty to forty), each part of
direct action, reducing friction to a minimum.
Simplicity, Strength, Durability,
Ee- of Operation, Great Range of W ork, combined,
CONSTITUTING TUB ONLY
rfrfret, Complete & FAl LTLESSSEY1XG 3IACIIIM2
ON THE FACE OF TDK EARTH.
VERTICAL EEIIIID I
A SCIENTIFIC MECHANICAL TRIUMPH.
Pronounced by the Franklin Institute, Philadelphia, (tlghest
authority in the li. S )
Xte hft Fffd f vrr inrenlfd fur Sewlnw XathlntV
THE ONLY POSITIVE SUCCESS
IN ALL DEPARTMEXTS OF SEWIXG.
All lovers of progressive science and mechanical perfection
should tee it, srd every lady in the land should examine and try
T la. v3 o "W
Davis Vertical Feed
SHUTTLE LOCK-STITCH PKWIXG MACHINE, before
deriding to purchase an inferior machine or a aingle thread
l'iayUtin2 without a tenaion.
JC.vr FOR THE HAWAII ATI ISLANDS,
apl2 Xa. 4Q FORT STREET. 6m
A Full Line of Ship Stores and Groceries,
I at Ac, Ac -
RESERVED FRUITS, MEATS. SOUPS.
BOLLF? 4 CO.
S.4. T URD A Y, J USE 1 4 .
It Has pleased His Majesty the Ki&R t.i appoint the fol
lowing gentlemen member of His Privy Council cd State:
Wm. F. Allen, David Kaharni. C. Afori?. M. Knaes. E.
Iolanl Palace. Jnue Mb. 1-S7J. j"
- John Thomas Waterhouse, jr., Esq., is anointed to act
s a Commissioner nuder the law rt-lating to the Houo
lulu "Water Worls, in place of Hob. Charles R. Hi-hop.
resigned. " Sax'l G. Waiirt. '
Miufter of the Interior.
Interior Ofiite, May l-'tb. leT'.i. itiy-U
Lease of Government Land.
Ou Satorday, July 5, 1$7'J. at 12 o'clock noon, will be:
sold at Public Auction, at the frout entrance of Aliiolani
Hale, the lease of Government Land as follows:
That portion of Eeonepanee near Mr. Morris premises
in Kailhl Yalley. adjoiulug the kulcana of Kanaina, (now
Mitchell) containing about 20 acres, a portion of which
is well suited for bananas. Term five yeara. Upset price
fJO pr annum, payable senil-annnally in advauce.
bin'!, o. W iijiER. Minister of Interior.
Interior Office, May 30, 17 J. niy J2
Lease of Government Land.
The lease for five yeara of one lot on the Efplanade,
SOxloO feet, -will be sold by Public Auction at the Aliiola
ni Hale on the 28th day of June, Kf, at 12 M. Ups t
price l.r0 dollars per annum.
The location and all other information can be obtained
at the office of the Interior Department.
SAMX G. WILDER.
niy24 ' Minister of the Interior.
Lease of Government Land.
Will bo sold on Monday, June ICth, 1879, at the front
entrance of Aliiolani Hale, at 12 o'clock, at. The lease
for a term of 10 years of the land KUXAIMAKO. HU.
Hawaii. This land is midway between the Onomca and
Kaupakuea Plantations, and has an area of 347 acres, of
which 250 are good cane land, including a tract near the
sea of half a mile sq'iare. The Waiaania gulch bounds
the whole land on the south. Map may be seen at the
Interior Office. Upset price, seventy-five cents per acre
per annum. Terms, payment semi-annually in advance.
Sam'l G. Wilder,
myl7 Minister of the Interior.
Kotick is hereby given that from and after July 1st,
1879, a Llcenso will be required to be taken out for the
sale of Salmon. A Ketall License, which will allow the
holder to retail any and all goods, usual under duch
license. Heretofore no license ha been required for the
w it oalmnn. lint the privll .e having been abused
the above rule will be euiorced.
Sam'l G. Wii.deb, Minister of Interior.
Interior Office, May 8th, 1879. mylO
It bas pleased His Majesty the King to appoint Her
Royal Highness Princess Likelike Governess of the Isl
and of Hawaii, vice His Excellency S. Kipi, deceased.
Iolanl Palace. March 29. 1879. ap5
List of Licenses Expiring in June, 1879.
None Is hereby given that all Licenses must be ap
plied for direct to the Interior Office, and all parties are
cautioned about failing to renew expiring Licenses, and
all Sheriffs and Deputy Sheriffs have instructions to pro
secutive without discretion, any and all parties doing
business without the proper License.
HA M L G. WILDER.
MiniHtcr of the Interior.
Interior Office, April 30, 187,'J.
OAHU 1 Sam Kl, Nuuann St. Honolulu.
1 Wing Shan k Ah Dow, Nunanu St. Honolulu
1 Thos Lack, Fort St. Honolulu.
1 Mrs Black, Fort St, Honolulu
2 Castle i: Cooke. King St, Honolulu
6 J W Crowell, Hotel St, Honolulu
C Manuel Joseph, Liliha St. Honolulu.
9 Mrs Borres, Nuuann St. Honolulu.
14 G J Emmes, Fish Market, Honolulu
14 J H BrunB, Esplanade, Honolulu
22 G W Macfarlaue & Co, Queen St, Honolulu
25 Antone Marshal, Beretania St. Honolulu.
HAWAII 1 L. Tuckon, Kaiopihi. Eohala.
10 Jas Richardson, .North Koliaia
12 H Cooper, Keopuka
14 H Staines, North Kohala
20 Chung Pen k Co. Waiohinu, Kau
30 Allen k Stack-pole, Kawaihae.
MAUI 1 Wong Kong, Waihee
24 Kauhi, Hana
25 Alo, Lahaiua
MOLOKAI 5 J Lima, Houoniuui.
KAUAI 4 Ahana, Hanapepe.
1 Young Hee k Co. Wailuku, Maui
7 Wong Kong, Waihee, Maui
8 Wing Sing k Ah Dau, Nuuanu St. Honolulu.
22 A C Con Chec, Kapaa, Kauai.
4 E S Cunha, Union Saloon, Honolulu.
21 O W MacfarUne & Co, Queeu St, Honolulu
2 Castle & Cooke, King St, Honolulu
!1 V A Rrh,efr 1; 4't). curlier K miliiiiiiaTili and
Merchant St, Honolulu A
19 E Hoffschlaeger k Co, Merchant St. Hono. J
IV Md U rm Damn & Co, (jueen St. Honolulu.
22 G W Macfarlane & Ce, Queen St. Honolulu
25 Lewers k Dickson, Fort St, Honolulu
1 Young Hee k Co, Wailuku, Maui
1 J Kauwalu, Waiulua. Oahu.
1 Juaqnim Gsrcia, Wailuku, Maui.
Mrs Borres (3 Tables), Nuuann St
12 Aiao. 17 Akin. 22 Atoi.
CAUTION TOJTHE PUBLIC.
To avoid imposition, purchasers of Waltham Watches
will observe that every genuine watch, whether gold or
diver, 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. SVatch Co., Waltham, Mass., Sterling Silver,"
and are accompanied by guarantee certificates, signed
It. E. Bobbins. Treasurer. The name " Waltham "
is plainly engraved upon all movements, irrespective of
cither distinguishing marks.
This caution is rendered neccssnry by reason of the
fact that our cases are frequantly separated from our
movements and put upon worthless movements of other
makers, and vice vrrta, thus affecting injuriously the per.
formance of the watches and vitiating our guarantee,
which is intended to cover only our complete watches
wholly made by us. It is necessary, also, because it Is so
notorious as to be a public scandal, that thf-re is great
fraud in the metal quality of both gold and silver cases
as now generally sold. We have demonstrated by fre
quent assays that many gold and silver cases offered in
tbe market are debased from 10 to 20 per cent, from the
quality they assume to be. This is a fraud upon the pur
chaser, and accounts forthe 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 k Co.," ' Waltham Watch Co.," " P. H.
Bartlett," and " Broadway," giving to them not only a
highly improved appearance, but great additional value.
We embody in them such of the best results of our expe
rience and study for twenty years as can be 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. Tbe
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
pnblic 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 piajsent the attraction of
low price. Their goods being inferior to ours, they have
to sell them for what 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.
U iiiiim fnrri, h oniinint Knplish Lecturer on Art and
Labor Topics, in a recent lecture delivered before the r
" Trades uuiia, says :
I know that the public in general are set npon having
things cheap, being so ignorant that they do not know
when they get them nasty, also so ignorant that they
neither know nor care whether they give a man bis due ;
I know that the manufacturers, so-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 bcth
wanting, and both are essential to good watch-making.
Low price, especially in watches, means low quality,
WITH LOW PEUFCE.V1NCE AND HUiH REPAIRS.
Our mission was, and our business is, to make good
watches, whatever the cost ; holding firmly to this single
purpose, we have seen improvement in quality and re
duction in cost, by means of discoveries and Improve
ments in machinery and by natural causes, go steadily on
together, until we can truly say, Waltham Watches, iu
their respective grades, are tbe best watches made, and
aa to the lower grades, they are within reach of every
body who earns wages. Our prices are as low as they
ought to be, and as low as they will be. Watches cannot
be made for nothing, even by machinery. We say to the
public, buy a good watch while yon are about it, and pay
a proper pi-Ice for it. The more 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.
BOBBINS & APPLETON, General Agents,
apl9 New York, U. S. A.
7" All the above Line of Waltham Watches for Sale at
the Store of M. McIXEKNW Sole Agent for this Kingdom.
Also. Agent for the UOKHAM STERLING SILVER
WARE. The Trkde Supplied at LOWEST PRICES. apM 3m
NEW GOODS! NEW GOOD!! We have just received
an assortment of new goods in our line, among which
will be found a good line of HANGING LAMPS and
CHANDELIERS. We also have an endlt-ss variety of nse-
f ul articles for house-keeping. 37 Fort Street.
DILLINGHAM A CO.
N. B. The QUEEJf REFRIGERATOR i the lest.
Can be bought at a reasonable price from
my2i t DILLINGHAM CO.
T SOMETHING NEW ! TO PLANTERS, PLANT A
tion Agents, Graziers, etc., who are in need of a light
handy machine for setting up and mending fence wire,
will find Jn"t the thing at Dillingham k Co.'s store. Fort
ST Cart. Bicka?, cf Ibe scLvocer .imtrican
Girl, will accept our thanls for a file cf Cali-
! foroia capers.
EE?" Hoodlums were around again cn Thursday
cigbr, having trcVen a gate near Emms. Square,
right under the nose, to to apeak, of a policeman.
There were some twenty-four arrests by
the jv.Sice on the 1 1 th . four for fast riding, two
fjr assault tia nineteen drunks. S
Tjf The mercury has staid tvithia the 80cs dur
ing the pu-t week, but the pleasant trade winds
hitvc agisted in reducing the trials which we have
hume. iu the bpe of heat and mosquitoes.
Kettrxed. Tbe Steamer Lthva returned this
morning from Hawaii, having been unable, on ac
count ot ln- of boat and bad weather, to land her
cargo of machinery at llonokaa.
f T3T w are requested to state that the prizes
awarded by the Judges of the Rtcca on the 11th
inst., will be paid at 3 o'clock this evening at the
Hawaiian Hotel, by orJer of Committee of Arrange-
A Ckkak. At the mill of Hal-lead & Gordon, at
Waialua, last week, the shaft of one of the rollers
broke, necessitating the sending of it to this city
ta be repaired. Meantime the work of taking off
the crop is suspended.
Sugar forwarded during last week, was :
June 10, Zealandia 1,907,T1 lb.
,, Morning Star 2,153
or over 955 tons.
ftT A correspondent calls attention to a bad
at the corner of Hotel and Alakea streets, and
also a similar bad place, on Hotel Street, scar
Dr. McGrew's residence, both of which are unsafe
for carriages. An hour's work would remedy
these defects on a much travelled street. -
Bai.i. at thr Anvoitr. The officers and mem
bers of Co. 4iA'' Hawaiian Guards, entertained a
numerous party of ladies and gentlemen at the
Armory last evening. The affair was a very pleas
ant one, and a success in every particular, dancing
being kept up with spirit until long past midnight
Valuable Stock. The blooded horses for Hii
Majesty the King, selected in the States by Col.'
Judd, a list of which we gave several weeks since,
arrived on the bark . W. Almy on the 8th inst.,
in good order, with the exception of one mare, which
was injured on the railroad coming from the East.
First Fruits One enterprising individual, a
foreigner, commenced celebrating tbe 11th of June
so early in the morning that he succeeded in get
ting himself locked up before breakfast time. On
the way to the station-house he was heard to say,
"Xeventh Zhune Vno count 'longside fourth
Zhuly!" - . .
Music. The Band will play this afternoon .at
Emma Square, commencing at half-past 4 o'olock.
Following is the programme :
March Wildbadc-r Kuhner
Duet Attila ' Verdi
Gavotte Stella r Kappey
Fantasia Styrien Sounds Weissenborn
Selection The Barber of Seville '...Rossini
Polka Brli- a Ttr- floote
Correction. In our item last week giving a
llist of the members of the Hawaiian Evangelical
Association.- we inadvertently omitted the names
cthe Rev. D.Baldwin, D. D., and the liev. L.
Smith, D. D., both of which gentlemen have been
members of the Associations since its first organi
zation. The final adjournment took place on
Steamers. The LlktXikt has been laid up dur
ing the past week for the purpose of being over
hauled and the making of any needed repairs. She
will be ugain placed on her regular toute on Tues
day next, the 17th inst. The ilokol'd sailed on
Thursday for the Hilo trip. The Lehua had rather
heavy weather to contend against during her stay
at Ilonokaa; but besides tbe loss of one of her
boats sustained no other damage.
Personal Notes. Mr. E. 0. Hall and wife.
Mrs. Dr. McGrew and children,, left by the Zealandia,
intending to enjoy tho summer in Paris.
Marshal Parke and son, pay a visit to the
Rev. E. T. Doane, sailed in the Morniny Slar,
rtne tutu, tor the JMicroncsian isands.
ir.. T t ri. ir. r t
1110. v. x vuv&c buu cuu, mis. v. aj. aua
drews, and Mr. A. W. Pierce will probably pay
KXew England a visit before their return.
Bazaar at Waiai.ua. We learn that there will
be a bazaar or iair held at Waialua on this Island,
on the 21st instant, for the purpose of raising funds
!to refit the school house of tho Episcopal Church
at that place, for Church purposes. Tbe church
there is known as St. Stephen's. The fair will be
under the patronage of Her Majesty the Dowager
Queen Emma. Those desiring to aid in tbe worthy
object indicated, are requested to send their con
tributions to His Lordship Bishop Willis, in Hono
lulu, before tbe 16th.
I The Morning Star. This vessel sailed on Wed
nesday for a trip to the Micronesian Islands. Ser
vices had been held on board on the afternoon of
Tuesday, the 10th inst., at which time tbe following
jxerciscs took place: 1st, Singing iu English
juno" Hawaiian; 2d, Remarks in Hawaiian by Rev.
.'E. Bond; 3d. Trayer in Hawaiian by Rev. O. Xawa
bine; 4th, Remarks in English by Rev. E. T. Doane;
Pth, Prayer in English by Rev. S. E. Bishop; 6th,
Ringing in English and Hawaiian; 7th, Benediction
by Rev. T. Conn. - .
Y CRrEi.TT to Animals. It is quite time that there
was some regulation maue oy autuority to prevent
the overloading of drays. Scarcely a day passes
but that we see Fonie poor horse either straining
every muscle to drag a too heavy load along tbe
hot streets, or stalled in the vain endeavor, under
the lash of n brutal driver, to move out of a rut.
An attempt Was made in the last Legislature to
regulate by law the weight of a dray load, but it
was defeated for the want of vigorous pressing..
Cannot .Ministers do something in this matter?
Scandal. The social air of Honolulu has been re
dolent with scandal during the past week, of a start
lingly disgraceful nature, and which, if it shall
prove to be true in all its enormity, must entail life
Jong consequences upon those connected with it.
Foreign residents on these islands should naturally
be expected to set examples of moral rectitude before
lthe natives; but such hideous lapses us are currently
reported should cause the foreigner to hold his peace
as to the obliquities of the less enlightened Hawaiian.
The New Steamer fob Foster & Co. The Iris
(to be renamed on her arrival here) was to sail from
San Francisco on the 5tb, and as she will come
under steam, may be looked for to-morrow morn
ing. She is schooner rigged, spreads a full set of
canvas, and is intended for the Kauai route. She
measures about 250 tons, is about 117 feet in
length over all, 25 feet beam, with 9 feet depth
of bold. Her two cylinders are eleven and twenty
inches respectively, with 18 inches stroke. She is
expected to prove quite fast. Has any one guessed
her name T
As Ixtixligent Jcrtman. At a recent trial for
murder at Wailuku, the written confession of one of
the parties charged was put in as evidence by the
prosecution, and went to the jury. As is the wont
of native jurors, a loud discussion arose on the mer
its of the case in the jury room, and was overheard
outside. 8iJ one intelligent juryman: " This
confession is of no use whatever, and we cannot re
gard it; for see ! it is neither stamped nor acknowl
edged ! I was a member of the last Legislature
when the Stamp Act was passed, and I tell you that
this paper should have been stamped before we could
Mr. Clnai Spreckels, f California, la tends
to construct a large Ditch on the Island of Maui, for
irrigating purposes. Any person or persons willing to
excavate or dig 600 feet or more of this ditch by contract,
and be paid for such work either by the number of cubic
feet or by the number of running feet of the ditch exca
vated, are requested to apply to H. Schussler, Haiku,
Maul, or to Wm. G. Irwin k Co., Honolulu, who will give
them the uecessarv information.
By H. SCHUSSLER.
November 21. 1S78. de7
Last Wednesday was one of those beautiful fcim
shiny, bretry diys for which our Island climite
is noted, and the public generally enjoyed tbe
holiday. Jim and John,' whose colloquy about
holidays for clerks appeared In our lat, could
have bad no cause for complaint on tho 11th, for
nearly all placcit of business were closed from an
early hour wi:Ji the exception of the Chinese
storekeepers and mechanics, who, with an eye to
the main chance, continued throughout the day to
uraue their usual avocations. Flags were dis-
f laved upon th-? Government buildings, Foreign
Consulates and chipping in port, and at noon a
salute cf twenty-one guns was fired from the
battery on Punchbowl. But th gteat attraction
was the races at Kapiolani Park, and by ten
o'clock, the city was well-nigh deserted of inhabi
tants and wore the appearance of a Sunday, men,
women and children having betaken themselves
on foot, oa horseback or in wagons to the Park.
It was a hard dav for horseflesh. Fancy price
were paid for anything with four legs and a sad
dle, and the drivers of express wagons must have
made a handsome, day V work. The steamer irt-
xto and several sailing craft also can ied pas-
s to the Park, and altogether there were
probably not far from 3 000 persous who went out
lof town to witness the races. Besides this crowd
'there were a number of picnic parties that went
fin various directions to enjoy the holiday in the
The races at the Park came off as follow : "
KameiiamehaPurse, 200 won by H.J. Agnew's
9. m. Susie. This was a walk around race. No time.
Queeu' Purse. 100 woo by F. Wundcnburg'a
.g- g- Alark Twain. Time l osj; du tancea Major.
Foot Race, 35, 400 yards won by J. Spencer
in 51 seconds. Baldwin second.
Mechanics' Purse. $100. Maile Laulii. 1st heat
LU.09; Admiral, 2d heat 8.51; Admiral, 3d heat 4.00.
The Hoxolclc Cup, $250, 2 mile beats. Water
ford, 1st mile 2 minutes; Waterford, 2d mile 1.59
Blackthorn keeping well up for the first ruiie,
but was distanced on the second mile ; Jimmy
being distanced on first mile.!, The start on this race
was good, and great interest in the race was auani
fested. Kino's Purse, $200. This was no race, as a dif
ference took place . about the mare Dolly VarJen,
which ooulJ not be adjusted. There were four en.
tries, but only two double teams came forward for
the race, when Mr. F. S. Pratt contested the irregu
larity of tbe race, and the judges decided to let it go
on under the protest.
' II. J. Agnew's Susie- and Baby.
Dr. Tisdale'a Susie and Dolly Vardcn. -
A slow trot around the course in eight minutes, at
which considerable disgust was. manifested by the
people, ended this race, Susie and Baby coming in
Muus Race, 50 Minnie won. Time 2.32.
Princess' Pubse," $roor- -This was the. belt race
of the day, being closely contested by rba two horses,
and was won by Jimmy In 4.29.
Natiosax Purse, 100. The entries were, Mark
Twain, Lallah Rookh and Major. After the start,
which was very good, Lallah Rookh became unman
ageable, throwing her rider and breaking his arm,
so that only two horses went round, Mark Twain
leading and winning the race in 1.52.
Public Purse, 50. Boneta, Vacquero and Anue
nue started, the former coming in ahead in 2.15.
Match Race, 50 entrance and $100 added by
the Committee. Little Giant and Black Prince were
entered. After some backing and filling the horses
got off. First heat won by Little Oiant, 3.15 ; sec
ond heat by Black Prince in 3.15; third heat by
Little Giant in 3.144- We understand that the de.
cision in this race has been protested against, and
therefore is not settled.
By 4 p. m. the sports were over and the road was
full of the returning spectators. A number of wag
ons were more or less smashed by collisions, but we
hear cf nobody being injured.
It is only just to say that on the whole, the man
agement and execution of the races on Wednesday
were far from being as satisfactory, either to the
general public or to those who entered horses, as
were the sports of the preceding year. We under
stand that some controversies are pending as to the
disposition of purses competed for, which may result
in litigation, and we shall therefore, defer further
comment for the present.
; "Deutscher Verein." -.
A German Club has been a long-felt necessity for
a number of our citizens, but principally for the bet
ter class of young men, who without any family con
nections come to these islands to make their living
and perhaps more. Now everybody, after a day's
labor, desires some kind of entertainment or enjoy
ment during bis leisure hours, and it depends npon
the character of the young man whether he prefers
to enjoy himself publicly in an association of gentle
men, or whether he seeks his pleasure hidden in the
dark of night. Another important point, which
speaks for the Club, is tbe well known hospitality of
its members. They are always happy to receive
their friends and strangers from these islands, as
well as abroad, extending their hospitality to cap
tains of merchantmen and officers of war vessels of
The present constitution is very liberally framed,
and admits as a member any gentleman irrespective
of his nationality, as long as three black balls do not
make , his admission impossible: but only German
speaking members have the privilege of voting. The
Club offers a reading room, billiards, bowling alley,
and other social entertainments. j .
The ground and buildings, including furniture,
&c , will cost about 7,000, and is owned by tfce
Club and a number of shareholders. A garden will
be laid out and nothing spared to make the plaoe
attractive, eventually to be used as a concert garderL
All business management is in tbe hands of II. W
Schmidt, President; II. A.' Widemann, Vice PresiJ
dent, and F. Epuhn, Secretary, and Cashier. The
following are the members,' who may be considered
the organizers of the association: J. C. Glade, II.
A. Widemann, II. J. Nolte, W. Eckart, E. Strehz, G.
Segelken, II. G. Insel, II. Schmidt, J. W. Pfluger,
II. Hogemann, P. Opfergelf, F. Spuhn, II. Riemen
scfineider, J. F. HackfelJ, A. Ehlers, W. Ilyman, II.
Lose, S. Roth, H. Bergar. B. Ordenstein. T. Toe!. J.
n. Wicke, Wm. Wolters, C. Bocse, C. Bolte. Besides
the above named gentlemen the following are share
holders: C. R. Bishop, . Hoffmann, F. A. Schae
fer, F. Banning, W. Maertens,M. Louisson, Captain
Elderts, J. Ilyman, O. Scbolz, A. Ilaneberg, A.
Tbe Club premises were opened to the members on
the 11th of June, to celebrate the golden wedding of
the Emperor of Germany; but it will take a few
weeks yet, before everything can te in working or
der. Friends ore always welcome.
To (he Editor of the Pacific Commet ciU Advert'ser:
Dear Sin The following is the rain report at
Haiku since September last, as recorded by my
gauge : - ' r
December. . 1
, 115.1:1 inches.
Total for 7 months
The largest amount In one inouih was from Jan
uary 9th to February 9th, 33.36 inchest. The small
est amount in a single month during tbe time staled
was from February 19th to March 21st. which was
only 95 hundredths of an lech. -
There have not been seven consecutive days
since November 15tb ' without some' rain. The
heaviest rain-fall in a single day was during the 21
hours ending January 25 lb, at 8 a. m., 6.80 inches.
The largest amount in one hour was on the morn
ing of January 20th. w hen 2.20 inches fell between
8 and 9 a. jl
January 24th, heavy snow fell on Haleakala,
which remained until March 31st an unusually
longtime. ' C. II. Picket.
(From the New Zealand Herald, May 17.)
British Jurisdiction in the Western Pacific.
When Kennels was recently tried iu Auckland
for murder at one of the Islauds in the PaclQc, It
was shewn that someone had blundered, and,
through the blunder, juMic miscarried. . Tb Im
perial Acts known as the Pacific Inlanders Pro
teciion Acts, 1672 and 1875,' ie., give ample
power to deal with such cases a that of Km Dells',
provided a certain Order-in Council bad been
Issued by the Impel i ll Government Tbe Acta In
question were here, but it was not kuown wttnlber
tbe Order in Council had been made, or. If made,
when it bad been published in any colonial de
Tendency, and tho necessary Court established:
t was subsequently found that tbe Or Aer-ln-C coun
cil bad been made at tho Court at Osborne House,
Isle or Wight, on tbe 13ih August, 1877, which
provided that it was to take effect on and after th
4 lb February, 1S78. It bas also been found that
it was published in Fiji on the 2J February, 1871,
though no notice of such publication, or ra the
existence of such an Order lo Council, bad been
sent to New Zealand. The truth, however, la now
out. and the main portion of tbe document ara
published in a AVio Zealand GazttU of the lai
instant. The extent and application of tba Order
are thus defined : " Tb Islands and places la th
Western Pacific Ocean to which this Order extends
and applies, and which are in this Order Collec
tively referred to as the Western Pacific Islands,
are the following,, namely : I. Tbe groups of
islauds known as the Friendly Inlands, the Navi
gator Islands, the Union Islands, tho Ihocnlz Isl
ands, the KUiee Islands, tba Gilbert Islands, tb
Marshall Islands or Archipelago, tbe Caroline Isl
ands, the Solomon Islands, the Santa Crua Islands;
2 the Island of Kotumab; 3. the part of tbe island
of New Guinea eastward of the 143rd meridian ot
longitude; 4, the Islands or Archipelaga of Nw
Britain and New Ireland; 5. the Louisuda Arcai
pelago; 6, all other islands in tbe Western Pacifift
Ocean not being within the limits of tbe eelouUi
of Fiji. Queensland, and New South Wales, and
not beinc within the jurisdiction of any clvillaad
power; 7, the waters within three ruilea of cveTT
islands or place aforesaid.'' Tbe application of
the Order is to : 14 1, All British subjects for tba
time being within tho Western Pad do Islands,
whether resident here or not; 2. all British v easels
for the time being within tho waters mentioned la
article 5 of this Order; 3, foreigners In cases and
according to the conditions iu this Order specified
but not otherwise." Clauses 7 to IS, IncIusWa,
refer to the mode In which High Commissioners'
Courts are to be established, and their tsMSlaaas
transacted. From clause 17 onward tbe previsions
relate to the jurisdiction of the Conns thus euta
blisbed. Jurisdiction is to be In civil aad criminal
matters according to the provisions of the Order,
and may bo exercised by tbe High Commissioner,
or by a Judicial Commissioner while tba lllgti
Commissioner Is absent, or by a Deputy CommTi
sioner duly appointed for any particular dLalrieL
Clauses 21 aud 22 provide that when a BriCa uh
ject charged with an offence committed on tha aea,
or in any haven, liver, creek, or place within tba
jurisdiction of the Admiralty, is found or brought
within the Western Pacific Islands, the Court shall
have power to lake cognisance of the offence. ' Tba
Criminal and Civil jurisdiction exercisable in tba
Western Pacific Islands shall, as far as f1fn in
stances will permit, be exercised in conformity
with the statute and other law for the time being
in force in England. ' 'i
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.! ij
The bark I). C. furray.whioh arrived from San
Francisco on Wednesday morning, brought dailies of
23d, one day later. We quote;
New York, May 22. Wm. Lloyd Garrison Is not
AvrthAtAt I ri )!ta tnnnfi linti rss ' .
General Grant, in a recent letter from SigaSport,
writes to a friend that be and bis party expect to
reach San Francisco some time In July.
Londox, May 23. Tje Timtt lUU aaarnlag, la
commenting on tbe new Constitution of California,
describes it as " the most astounding lestraiaent
ever framed for the government of a community,"
and thinks it must produce widespread ruin.
St. Petersburg, May 22. A Vienna datpateli to
tha Golo$ states that Germany, not Russia, lamanda
ed that Switzerland renounce right cf asylum to for
eit;n refugees. Switzerland refused, aud Germsny
referred tbe question to the other Powers, who rt
fuiied to cooperate with Germany. , .
The Russian Minister of the Interior has recently .
ca'Jed together representatives of all the St. J'sUrs.
burg papers and forbidden them, under a threat of
very severe punishment, to criticise in tbe future tba
aces of the Government, particularly the measures
taken in relation to tbe school.
Tun Niuilist Waiiximj. Mr. Alexander Nico
laievitcb : Tbe warning and threalenlqg letters,
us well as the sentences which wu, tbe invisible
delegates of the murderously oppressed Hus
sion people, have sent 10 the various dignitaries
of the present despotic government' in Rus
sia, belong, a.s a rule, lo the preparative
work, and for that reason neither yourself nor any
member of your family appears iu the sllgbtoat
degree meuaced by our executive organs. Wa,
sit in judgment, nndsbull be compassionless In tba
exercise of our ofUcc, and shall recall from th use
of no means which may lead us to our i object,
which is tho eradication of tbe hellish bruta'.'T of
despotism through Ore and sword. If you, Alex
ander Nicolaievitch, refuse to bear our warn
ing voice to put an end lo this tyranny, wa
lieruliy declare to you that tyranny will be
beaten iu the end. Your system in Russia Is rot
ten to the core. Our almost boundless resources
are mined. Your array of functionaries Is
a gang of cruel and insatiable thieves. Your
judges are a shame to justice. Your Governors,
Police Masters snd Generals are so many satraps
worthy of Xerxes or Darius. Wherever wa tarn oat
eyes we ace naught but stupidity mingled with
cruelty, wanton waste combined with the most
merciless spoliation of tho people. For the army
alone you reserve your fatherly oara. You are fat
ting; into dangerously deep waters. Alexander
Nioolaievstch. Therefore we warn you, but spare
your life. Tue Executive CcKMVms.
The schooner American Girl, frout San Fritn
Cisco on Thursday, brought dates lo the 29th May.
William Lloyd Garrison died on the 25tb of May.
Sir Garnet Woolseley has been appointed to tbe
supreme command in South Africa.
Prof Nordenskjold In tbe Veija, has been beard
from. He has worked his way through the Arctic
to Bbering's Straits, and is now probably 00 his
way back to Europe via tho Sues Canal, being; tbsj
first vessel that ever made the passage,
Tbe U. S. Congress was to adjourn June 10-.. ,
Peace with Afghanistan was signed May 26.
Tbe Nihilist troubles in RiihhIh aro. Increasing.
PoRTriMOLTii. May 28ih. In addition lo tbe 2500
troops under orders to embark, eight companies
of matinesand two batteries. of, artillery a total
or 1 i3u men win emoarK tor icuiuiand early next
week. - . -
Pa his, May 28. The Committee on Technical
QuestloiB of the Canal Congress bas adopted, by
a vote of 20 agaiust 0, the Pauama-Asptdwalf raute,
without locks. ,
Berlin, May 27. rfit Tforth 'German Oattllt
says : Germany, by a recent, treaty, is enabled to
make all tbe cbanges in tbe an airs or, Samoa de
pendent upon her eohscnt, and has by It and other,
treaties with South Sea groups, secured a wlda
field where German enterprise can flourish ua-,
fettered bv the comnetition of other nations. . .' .
t . . . r 1 i
Nkw York, May 28th. Another week of surprla- .
iugly large exchanges bears testimony to tbe
general improvement in business. An Increase
so large and so steady, not only In Nkw York but
at other commercial centres, can bave -bbf ona
Honolulu, June 2d, 1879.
t'To the Trustees of the Qu
I Gentlemen. I have
d 11 : . I
tbe honor to submit tba
(following report for the quarter ending 31st of'
iMay : ,
! The total number of Patients at n resent In tha
'Hospital is 86. Viz: 58 Hawaiians, 35 01 alee and
123 females, ana in loreigners (" Pyuig). Tb
umber of admissions during this period was 161.
Viz: 84 Hawaiians, 56 males and 25 females, ttno)"
C7 foreigners. .Discharged 124. Viz I 71 Hawai
ians, 46 males and 28 females, and 60 foreigners.
Deaths. 5 Hawaiians ; 3 males aud 2 females, aad"
13 foreigners. 1 accident, 2 fever, 1 pyemia,!
disease of the brain, 1 scurvy. 4 pulmonary eon
sumption, 1 apoplexy, 2 dropsy, and five debility
(4 of these Southern Islanders arrived Is) lbe
Storm-Bird).. The greatest number ' of Indoor
patients was 94, the smallest 71, (tbe greatest
number of foreigners, 31; smallest, 16; exclusive
of Southern Islanders). Daily average, : 82: nurb
ber or prescriptions, 4.255. . JJ-'T
The number of patients treated lu tbe Hospital
was as follows: March, 123 (43 foreigners); April, A
lo (40 foreigners); siay, uj (..'. lort igrtcTS); calls
at the Despensary. 453; new patients, 71.'
In concluding this report. I would beg to call
your attention to the great and steady increase ofT
- the foreign patients who avail themselves of the
benefit of tbe Hospital. On several occasions
there were quite as many us could ba comfortably
accommodated; I would, therefore, respectfully
suggest that immediate steps should be taken to ,
increase the new building set apart for foreigners.
I have alao for a long lime found the want of a
proper room with suitably arranged light for oper
ations; at present, the only available nlace is the
Surgery where the light is so bad that i have often
to operate on the open veranda; which, of coarse,'
it is not necessary for mo to say is in every respect
a most unsuitable place. I would, therefore, ask
101 n imiyci iuuui lur iui purpose, sucu as is at
tached to every hospital, with a top light. " V. j
ResDectfull v submitted.
Surgeon to the (freen's Hospital,'