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P. M. S. S. Co.' Tune Table for 1879.
rsov wyoLtir t .i.v v.m.v i.ct.
rrrt or Saw T.a....,' Jn. 2r. 1 My 12. j S-j.t. l.
ZALSTlt , b. IT. Jnu 9. j H-J t. 2-.
Vrtl or Hvocl. : SUr. IT. July 7. . Oil. ST.
Arnuui.... i Arr. II. ' Am. 4. ; V.r. V4.
rttov iroxoLVLC to a ccklaxd, jc.
ArrnLai.ra ' Jan. 77. 1 Mar ; f?t. 8.
firt or.Ni Vou, ..I b. a. June H. t. rt.
Zuuhdu j Mar. 21. , July II. I Not. 1.
C:TIoiHicsii 1 Apr. 'ft. An. 11. lc. 3.
t'Rii.i r. JC.xe a, ii7.
Bi'KMM fur the werk may le dealtrnated as aatifa--lory
the whole, tbe tmproreixieiit In tne recently
arr4 fearing rr DtlnoeJ np to date. The frequent ar
rlrala of TmtU from the Coa.it, all deeply laden, girt
oar baiaea front aa amUvenlng appearance, an.l afford
car draymen and dock betid ample employment. It U
matter of regret, however. tLat tbia latter class give o
mach trouble an.1 annoyance to iU aiul ctbera f row
l&elr unreliability and tfcflr frequent exorbitant demand.-
jtor their aerrK-ea.
Tbe bv roanting steamer Jtmn Makee. of Mrun f
B FoaW k Co. for tbe Kauai route, arrived Ut Sunday
aUrnoon, afttr an excellent ran of little lia than
L JTt dare from 8aa Francisco, notwithstanding tbe
Iom of aotne of tbe blale of br propeller on tbe fu
aff. The bktne Eartla arrived from Sao Franciaco tbe
aiaa morning, and tbe atmr City of 'ew York on Mon
day Bight. The lauer groun.Iing on the middle lank In
making the entrance to tbe port, wb-re abe lay several
hwure. bat sustained no damage tbat we learn of.
At lice from San Franciaco are f the 9th inat. We do
toot bower r learn of any material change, in tbe market
rate for Island produce, nnlt-aa It la a tendency to
trengthea price In rice and coffee. In both of which
article there bare been conaiderable aale..
Tb allaaiona of Ibia Journal of lata to oar excenaive
Importation bare brought to light an Important fact to
toitlfcate tbe reaponalbilitr of oar baxineaa hon In tbe
matter, for we learn tbat very many of tbe lot of varied
prod ace, lumber and general merchandise tbat bar
com in to na by tbe Increased nnmbc-r of packet, bare
keaa cetui rumen t. All tbia, however, baa helped to
dVm iralixe trade and add to our exchange didicnlty.
Still, the qrustlon In on that we think i entirely with
oar mere nan tx to aolre. and if not soon remedied will
probably naceaaitata Chamber of Commerce action.
Ther are ramon on tbe atreet to the effect tbat one of
tbe Kan Franciaco bank will aoon establish branch In
ibia place. From what we can learn respecting tbia
matter, we feel aaf la aaylng that within a few xuontha
w ahall hare conaiderable addition to onr Banking
capital, which will tend toward relieving our preaent
aeceaaitie in tbat particular and of placing our large
Industrial latereata on a stronger baaia.
The following from Uraara. Williama, lilancbard k Co.,
wu recetTCd per Steamer City of New York.
Sax Faaxc-Mco, Jane 7th, 1-i'O.
Ta tA Hitler Mc raeijlt (bmmereial Adrcrtitar.
taa Rra : Onr general Market wear a very favor
able bat quiet appearance. We ars now in our laat
aaoatb of tbe grain aeun of 17j-7. which haa reanlted
very faverably fur tb'M connected with the growing tn-tevreO-of
oor state, the agKrKated vaiaeof (Train ship
ped bar lag reacnl the very handsome earn of 13,CV,
IZt. and aa the growing crop promise a yield that will
cum pare favorably In value with tbe season now ending,
aaa aa our mining interest are looking well, we expect
a pvoeperooM coining year.
scata-Tht demand for angara except tbe product
of the He (Uteri I quite limited, aa ail dracriptiona of
refined are very low, Oolden C being down to '.(vVc.
There la some enquiry for the best description of riand
wlc n IslanJe la k'ga, and a amall qnantity of very choice
will sell, probably, at 1e. The Manila Market,
Which, slate onr last reape-t. had advanced, now ahow
a weakaes and a alight decline baa taken plac.
Kic The demand aeema to be Insutncicnt for the
taking Bp of present storka at price akt. and owing
ta heavy aapplie of China. Hawaiian No. 1 sella at tt;
China mixed HT,; 1 China, f J.boriijjO; o. 2.
MuLaasaa. Ther 1 an enquiry fur very choice, litfbt
colored, of good qoaUty, fre fruu and bitter
teste), for ivk probair awct per gallon can be obtain
ed, waiiv aae common kind usually received will not aell
for a we than lsualir.
Bao aan Btiwixo.-By aactlon 33.000 Calcutta bag
Bold at 77V; li.J) Hnndrie at H.f.TS; and H.UO Pael
ne Jate t o a g ode at t list. Wool ilaga. 4:-s4rtc;
fall weight and naoaJ time, floor Bates. 6',vie for
qaarver and Klt)e for ha ve. Twine. 3Ac for grain and
as) fuv floor; Calcutta Ooanic IJ'-yUSc for spot
tm Xo Chang la quotationa and very light bosines.
Tatxow. ta in moderate demand at SH'-V'CT'th. for
foeilium grte, and ?4c'n.th. for beat refined.
Doc(-V'i quote, choice free northern Wool at 2Hr. and
reiie loa are held at Wf and even 'c. Bnrry and alight
If harry northern ir,iSc. Ouaxt free southern U selling
at Iw.a'r.v. and defecuv aoathern at 1Ji1Hc. Eastern
Oregon Wools are now arriving, and are selling at fmm
Sli ie, aa to condition and staple. Keceipt yesterday,
The li-mvm Shipping Litt of Vy 2th aaya of the wool
xaarket la that city: "The peat haa been the moet excited
week la the wool market we hav had to notice for sev
eral year. Buyer hav been quite nomerooj and every
available lot of wool baa been anagbt after. Tbe trans
action add np 3.8H7.DOO pound of all kinds, bat it is also
anderstood that about 1.0".ixjO pound of California bare
been placed to arrive, which would make tbe trannactiona
of the week fall very little short of ,ixo.ouo pounds,
about the largest business w have ever had to rejort.
Th aaie wouid hav been even larger If we had a better
aaaortaaeut to aejact from. Th new clip ahould be for
warded a early aa possible, aa all early arrival are like
ly to meet with a ready aale at full price.
riannela. blanketa. repel lan ta and other goods have
been largely Bold for future delivery and manufacturers
hav been furred to mak liberal purchases.
Uow long this demand will last remains to be seen.
The Improvement ha been a surprise to every one In the
trade, and a reaction ta feared by many. Buyer in the
Interior aboald. therefore, mov cautiously.
By reference to th aale it will be seen that the busi
ness haa been largely In California and pulled wools, the
spot tranaactiona including 611.10O pound new Spring
CJalifornta, tr&i OuO pound Fall California, and 6it,ft
pownd domestic palled, amounting In all to -l.VXi.r
pound. The transaction In California have been the
largeet wa have ever had to report in a single week,
amouatlag to IJ&CS.OOft poanda, to aay nothing of the
large aale known to hav been made to arrive and not
reported. At tbia ra te It will not take Ion;? to place the en
tire clip of California. Moat of the new California sold
haa been Southern wool in the range of 11&25 cent, but
on roond lot of very choice Northern haa been sold at
9u cent per pound, and the condition was so superior
that It wa considered a cheap purchase at that price."
FBSiaarra. u for Liverpool present lolling, tis Cd
for Liverpool new crop loading.
Aaaivaxa. May Sot a bk Ella; June Itt bk Alpbonsine
Zelle; 4th schr W H Meyer.
faoroncD Drraa-muta. June 9tb, Vf H Meyer. AI
pfeooslae Xelie, Foreat Queen. Ella. A P Jordan (liilo).
JLI c aii Jl OX .Jrt Iay on London. t'J lid.
W remain, vour faithfully.
0 WitiXiMs. ButxcHamo k
ALO.tC TlIE .TDlRVtS.
Th American Girl at Tlbbet'a and Sorenaon'a wharf,
baa er cargn all oat. and will load with dispatch for San
Traaclaco; at th aam wharf the Storm Bird la fitting
far a cralaw to TTfstwarJ. to sail Tuesday or Wedneeday.
The'ahlp oreniffcr at Brewer k Co.'a wharf, ha her
cargo about ail oat; the will tail for Portland, O. on or
about Thursday next.
Th bktne Eureka i discharging an assorted cargo
from Ban Franciaco, at th Esplanade opposite Custom
Tbe tafia Bookh at th Old Steam-hip wharf, la taking
lai 'bsJIasi. and will sail tot Portland, O, on MowUy.
-At the feet of Tort atreet, th Motto Castle haa Wen
taking la ballast, and will sail to-day for San Franciaco.
Th 1 C Murray, ha her cargo about all out. and will
load angar for hen Francisco; and the Joa Perkins, 1 dis
charging lumber from Port Gamble.
Th (Jen Boiler at tbe P M S S dock, haa been tak-
tag In ballast, and will sail to-day for Port Gamble. At
the aam wharf, the Catherine Sudden Is discharging a
load of coal.
Th Eainer, lumber laden, and Surprise, with coal, are
la the bream waiting for a berth to discharge.
The Discovery la in tbe stream with a amall quantity
ef angar oat board, wiil sail on Monday for San Franciaco.
to be f.al.rwad. by the D S Williama on Tuesday or
The Jo Woolley will sail to-day for the Guano
Th ach K email changed bands yesterday. A. F.
Cooke being the purchaser; she will be placed in their
Una of packeta.
XOXlT. OX" HOIIOIaTJIsTJ. H. I.
. , . , . inRiriM.
ta IbUim Tareka. Wor-lberf . 14 da? froea 8 F
la Ut a tar Jam ssaaas. itadfrsy, 1 days and SO
aoora froaa rVa f raaeiaco
IS Aa chr Jo Wsnlley. tlrmpsteait. from Guano la
1 F M a Cly f New York. Cebh. froai Saa Frao
H-ta tera D B W iiuanat. Clcmeat, from Baa Fran
ciaco. via II it
14 Aaa topead ache East are, BoLc, from ?aa Franciaco
1 A si bk Kaiater. WslrT. frm Port O amble
21 Baiatea ach Vivid. Kcglijh. li dyi fat Fanninf' la.
l i Aat ship VpHncSel.1. Peart, lor Caus IsUals
15 Am srhr La UwotMte. lieaerreav. r ra Fran
I r M S S City rf Mew Yerk, Cobb, far Bydney
It Aa bk U W A lay, free man, fur 0aa Fran
Vaaaela tmw llaavalala freaa Farriga ran.
Am bk Oarlhaldl, Kewcaatle. X II W.
aria bk Bavaaoy. Olasgnw.dae Jly t-10
Aa ehip ttov Ooedwia.tilasgosr 4u Aog
tor It bk atoray Fetret, Ulaagow do e J-14
Brit snip sVaveoacraig. LiverpoDl, ue Aog l-
Bw beta Violet, Booth Sea laianrfs. 4oa
Aa Mm iatla. Pert Oaable. do July 1-4
Aa ship Bepabiic, Hongkong, do
Aa bk Aay Tomer. Boston, do Oct b-10
rtt bk Th Frederick. Liverpool, leading May SI
Haw bk Lifla. Port Madison, da Joa
Aa ecav U svaasdeU. Haaaolitt
Haw avbr Makila. Port Ludlow. due July 1
Hi bk C Wylie, Bremen, doe Kept 1
Am bktne EH, baa Franewco, loading Jan
Preach bk Alphonsia ZeUe. Man Francisco, loading Jane 9
Am lera A P Jordaa, 8aa Praacise fuc llilo, Inadicg Jan 9
Am bk Laura It Bnrnham. New York, loading May Zi
Brit bk Tlols, Uverpoot, load.ng May li
Am star City f Sydney. Sydney, doe July 7
Brit Mar Trr'i ' "" Praaciaco. do July It
. VJLbaCL3 IX PORT,
a ik'tae Joa Parkin. Jobnaon.
Ciasrbgta Btorm Bird. Jackxon
Java ha Lai) Booka, Uemler
'A a bktne Discovery, Fllr
Aa ship Oca Batter, Ryder
Aa bk Motto Castle. Wood
Brit ship eiraUfer, Camaing
Aa bk D C M array, Norri
Aa bktne Catherine Sadden, I a rills
Am acbr American Girl, Backus
Haw bk Hawaii
' htilivfaa bk HurprUe. Curti
IJaw bgtne Pomare, Uooding
Aa bkta Eureka. Nordberg , ,
Aa arhr Joseph WooUey . Hempstead
AUi tera V 8 Williama, Clement
Am tcpssul acbr Bostae, Bole
Aa bk Balnler, rVulff
II-rtof l, ..MrJ.-rliV, l!.;. M V H.-n.p-t. ad.
Mbti r-ailr I lr- iu II. :i..lnl.i Al r.l 7tl. for IiaU. r -au.l
arrne.1 L. .e . n t!i- 1 th. Left th re o, the
-.th f. r H .aland' ::: 1. and arrive ! on the 2!t. I- "
aa:u on tbe -1 f .r bak r"s Niaud. ai.d arrir. 1 c u tbe
ath. I ft tb re .auic day for Jar l I-laud a:. 1 arrival
enthe :!), ( Miv. Leit Jarr I I-:an l June 1-t f. r II
nolulu an l arri-'d .'n tLe 1 tb.
r... .. erire.l V.r 31. Am t ktne Ella. h tire
May 9; June 1. Fr bk A !; hoii'-iue Zelle. hence Mar 10;
Jrine 4. Am s.-br w if Merer, bene May i-.
At. rla. arrive I June l. Am bktne J A FalVinl iir?
h n. e May j.
Fur Vs. arrive 1 May An: l.fc'tr.e Iie nan. Lence
I'ort fiamt.Ie. arri vel Jnue 5. Am lk Jnnr IitK.
ben. e May 12. Am Lk Jas the-t-.u. ben.e May-'; June
6, Am bk lim.li n, bence May 17.
Vi.-toria. II ', arnred Jnne 7. Am bktne Mljfnon.
ben.e May I'J.
Manila, arrive. 1 -April 3. Am lk Ametbrat, bute
Off Dover- May Haw lk R C W'jlie fr this l- rt.
From Guano Inlands Per Joaepb Woolley. Junel
VI pki i.p.vni.,u, ) pks in.n, Ci pkg tool, a..-, 7'j-i
From han FranrliM-o, -r James Makee, June Ifl 5J c
sewing nix Linn, Hi pkKS grocenea, 7 roll leather. 2
ah' an tines, pkg Urun, 'SM ks flour. 'M t bis do,
'm bxe do, 9 bl paper. 1 pkg type, 1 bugyr, !t ska pota
ble, i bl bay. U cs dry g-n-xl.-i, 1 ca bitters and pkgs
of general merchandise.
Frm San Franciaco, per Eureka. Joue 10 17 Mules,
?J7 bl bay, 2 horses, 6-fi pkgs hardware, I'lO pkgs pow
der, JoO bbls lime, 3AHi ux bri ka, M bbla salmon, 16
pkgs groceiie. I'I I kga beer, 75 pkgs crackers, 7 roll
leather, 31 pka furblture, l'3 k barley, 517 rka feed.
Hi pkg dry goods, 4 cs boot and shoes. Id pkgs station
cry, and Bi pkgs miscellaneous mercbandiae.
From San Franciaco, per City of New York, June 1G 6
boxes gold an.1 silver coin (i."..:X)) , SO tons pig iron, loo
ska potatoes, Ki3 pki;s gnM eriea. S5 do hardware, 1 i7 do
do dry goods, 354 do fionr. 5 do stationery, 10 do pictures,
1 bx coin specimens, 10 bxs Jewelry, 5 cs cigars. 5 pks
wht-key. 17 pes iron plates, 11 ca sewing Machines. M
pkgs furniture, tiJ mats rice, l'i cs saddlery, jtm i-kgs mis
cellaneous indue and hatjj do do in transitu.
From Port Gamble Per Kalner, Ju!y 20 190,39 ft luoiber
100 m thiJglea, i m laths, 10 bbla aalniun. 9 cans Cili.
For San t ratH-lseo. r T .a Glronde, June li il..4Tt
Iba augar, !'. f.s rice, gala molanses. Value dom
For San Francisco, ir II W Almy, June 11 8r,031 lt.a
augar, 2 bxa curios. Value domestic, H'J.IJ-M.
For Sydney, per City of New York, June 17 11.1 bis
pulu. 2 cs piano. 1 trunk jewelry. Value domestic,
11.017.40; foreign, fl,U17.
lor San Francisco, x r M'.rro Castle, June 21 'JW,2i
Ihm sugar. Value domestic, t i2.CCn.
I ASS KM CJ K US.
From Guano Islands Per Josej.h Woolley. June IS
Capt Robert Briggs. Capt Hiram Cloaaon. w ife and son.
Chas llimes, John buiith, James Oordon, William Jones,
and 22 Hawaiian.
For Wlnrward Porta Per IJkelike, June IS J C
Glade, E bailey, Bev E Bond and daughter. Mrs Seve
rance, L, Severance. Mis Wilfong. Capt Make-. Mrs E
Wood and child, Mis Hitchcock. Mis Almy, Mrs K 11
Hitchcock, E hiuitn, Misa Alice Makee, Miss Wetmore,
W Goodaie, Miss L Lyons, F A bbaefer. Miss E Lrmau,
Fred Lyman, Frank Lyman. F Armstrong, J W Austin, li
II Austin, J J Marc-bant. JAn Baker. Patrick Logan. V
Spencer. C E Ayan and wife. Miss U Kahili. Mm haudir
on. Misa Whitney. Mis J Alexander. Capt T Spencer,
Mr Stone, Aabwood Spencer. E A Pearce, T Forsyth. E
Jonea, II Turton and wife, W U Cornwell, wife and child.
Miss Wlddiheld, B W Child and wife, C Lehman, and
about 29 deck.
From San Francisco, par James Makee, June 10 FP
Makenzie, Fred Wagman.
From San Francisco, per City of New York, June 17
Mra Gibson. Misses Coney. 11 A Widemann, Mra M E
Wood, C Lehman and wife, Misa Widemann, Mary Leh
man, Henry Lehman, Uauz Lehman. T C and J Lehman, E
Lai ley. Jas U Fair. Jaa l'ar. J U Fair Jr, Otto Frinscb,
Mary Frinaeb. E llebae, Mra A L CiiHbiup, Mr C K
Goulding, 11 H Clufl and wife. Mr Hould and wife. C An
derson and wife, Mary Hould. J Knell. Jas Campbell and
wife. Mm H Turt.m, L Godfrled, Col 4J M Judd, Mr Ales
Campbell. W H Camt biV-M Cornwell any! wife, Wm
Pearson. Elkml-M M Ashley, H VV O Mel.
very J Moore. J S Wlukotehill. J M Coleman. F Orena,
A I nna and wife. Mra Capt Cobb. Cll Eldridge. John
M Mortou and wife, JIary Morton, Henry Morton,
Jane Vruvn, Mr Anthou, Mary Cornwell, Kato
cvrnwell. Elizalieth U'Cormick. Margaret Sullivan,
Mary Smith. J a Bishop, Allen Ramaay. Wm Burt, Win
Cbaasels. Euas A Hart, J Brehe, Patrick Egan, C tlingley,
Frank Tibbetta, Antonio George, Ulto Friedlander, J Blaincy,
Joo lavia, Jaa Mnore, Wa Mutch, L A Beawooin. Geo Cliap
man, Matilda Williama, Annie bbeppard, Mrs f Sandmau.J
Howes, Rub I Uijrgina, M F Bulllvan, Jno Adami, Barry Fried
Umier, Jno Clark, James Bailey, James Uogan.Cbas Bono
hoe, Wm Elliott, Robert Williams, Barah Williams, Mrs.
Elian Oxley, Mrs J KeUhaw, Henry Kelahaw, E Kelnhaw.Mra
Bella Praxier, Mary Fraxier, Helen Fraxier. Frank Frixicr,
Jaa Silra, Thos Moon, bi Chinese, and 69 paaiergeri in
From San Francisco Per Eureka, June IS Chas Kimir,
wife and child, Martin Anderson. Ileory Forster, Benjamin
V ileox. Henry GoMtein, John Uoppen, 33 males, one f male
and three cbiidren, Chinese.
For Pydney Per City of New York, June 17 A Jouvinne,
PB Walker, wife and 3 children, F Mirth, I) Jooea, B
For San FranciKO Per W H Almy, June 18 G J Laming,
Ceo L Blake, John Wilcox.
For Ban Francisco Per Morro Caatie, June 21 J N
At Williamabnrg, Honolulu, June 13, to tbe wife of
W" Williams, a son.
Wstbo Xapog In Kaneohe, Jnne 14, by Rev If H
Parker, Tuovu Wtinox to Lnsa NaroE.
Pktcb Morbtsos At the Queen's Hospital, (suddenly)
in Honolulu. June 11th, Petkb Mohuison, aged about 24
years, a native of Scotland.
Howard At Walkapu, Maui. June Ifl, of heart disease,
Cbaki.rs Howskd, a native of Massachusetts, U S, aged
about SU year.
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Establishment, most be addressed to the nnderslgncd.
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Subscribers will please reniemler, tbat when subscrip
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Doll us a Year. J. II. BLACK,
Honolulu. Jan. l.itb. 1S79. fuUiiirr and I'roprirtinr.
Commercial lbbci1tscr .
SATURDAY. JUXE 21.
In anticipation of tic eemi-annnnl exhibit of
domestic exports as prepared by the Collector
General of Customs, we tire enabled to etatc
that the total of our exports from the firet of
January last to the present date hare amount
ed in value to the earn of $1,600,000; and
our imports for the came riod to the sum of
$1,430,000 ; showing an apparent balance of
trade in our favor of $230,000. The value of
the imports from the United States was
$1,057,000, or which $742,000 was Tree goods
under the Treaty, and $315,000 dutiable.
From foreign countries other 'than the United
States, the value of our imports during the
period under rcv'cw amounted to the sum of
$373,000, all dutiable goods. Out of the
above-stated $1,430,000 of imports, we may
fairly estimate tbat $500,000 represents
machinery for sugar mills, agricultural imple
ments, lumber and other material required for
the development of tLe resources of the
country, wbile the largo sum of $030,000 re
presents our importations of dry goods, cloth
ing, groceries and luxuries.
Tuk Hawaiian government schooner the Storm
Bird, baving bcn thoroughly repaired and fitted,
will sail on Tuesday next for the groups of
Islands to the South-west, on the business of pro
curing immigrants. Ab we etaicd in a recent
reference to the subject, the Siorm Bird will be
followed in about a month by the government
bark Hawaii (Utc the Dritisb bark Zephyt-us) to
which the former vessel will act as a tender in
procuring and conveying the immigrants to the
depot at Jaluit, in the Gilbert group, whence
they will be brought here by the bark. The
Board of Immigration, of which the Minister or
the Interior is cx-oEcio the President, have evi
dently organized the expedition with great care
nd pains, as is apparent by the written instruc
tions to the masters of vessels which sail under
their authority and which appeared in our last.
We heartily congratulate the country and all
concerned on the prospect , which may be con
sidered as a certainty, of our soon having a
ConeiJcrablc and continuous immigration of a
cognate race with our own aboriginal natives,
who will come with their wives and children, and
who will, after a fair trial, prove to be good and
tractable Cell bands on our plantations. In
this latter respect the Polynesians are unlike
other races, for they will work uncomplainingly
for whatever wages they agree for, alongside
of those receiving twice the the pay, as may be
eecn on one of the plantations on the Koclau
side of this bland, where there are fifty er more.
But good wages, good food, and attention to
sanitary means, will amply repay the planter
who employs the Polynesians. Tho experiment
of employing these people has been thoroughly
tried in Queensland, in Fiji and in Samoa, and
l.as rroved satisfactory, although the wages jaid
t!.ci!i in t'oeo countries is lc.-s than half the
amount which we propose to pny. In Queens
land the rate is $2.50 per month : in Fiji and
Saru ja it U $2 per month ; while here we arc
to give $5 fr month for the first year, $G
fjr the eccond, and $7 for the third year.
Bosidcs which we bring their women and child
ren with tbe male laborers, while the Colonists
dosire ocly the latter. They undertake to return
tie laborer to Lis island at the expiration of
Lis term of service, and so do we ; tut we hope
to make Lim so contented hero that he will prefer
to remain and become a Hawaiian. But the ex
perience Las been at Fiji and elsewhere, that those
who do return to their native islands are very
ready to re-engage. At all events, they do not,
like the Chinese, hoard their earnings in gold
coin and send or carry them out of the country,
but they spend them in the place where they
are employed. Some of the Polynesians em
ployed in tbe British colonies are not exactly a
cognate race with the Hawaiians, especially those
from the New Hebrides and some other groups,
Laving wooly Leads, but they make excellent
field bands in a tropical climate.
ENFORCING THE SUNDAY LAW.
We understand that the proprietors of barber
chops in this city Lave been notified by the
authorities during the present week, that the law
in regard to violation of the Sabbath will here,
after be strictly enforced in the case of such
shops. I he law is as follows f section 2, Chap.
35 Penal Code): "The Lord's day is taboo:
All worldly business, amusements and recreation
arc forbidden on that day ; and whoever shall
keep open bis shop, store, warehouse, or work
shop, or shall do any manner of labor, business
or work, except only works of necessity and char
ity, shall bo punished by a fine not
exceeding ten dollars." We Lave often thought
other considerations apart that it was rather
Lard on the barbers to be deprived of the day of
rest so welcome to everybody else, through the
operation of tyrant custom, and we doubt if our
Honolulu barbers will chafe much at the pro
posed enforcement of the law. But it occurs to us
that there are other occupations pursued on the
Sabbath that are nei ther works of necessity nor Of
charity. Tho delivery of milk may rightly
be considered as coming under one of these heads,
as the article will not keep sweet over a day; but
supplies of butcher's meat and vegetables can be
laid in on Saturday evening, and it is not really
a necessity that the fish market should be kept open
on Sunday mornings. Yet afler all, there are
wide differences of opinion in every community
as to the mode of observing Sunday, and the ten
dency of the age i n the direction of a consider
able degree oi latitudinarianism that would shock
the good Puritans of a hundred years ago, and
docs now shock some of their descendants.
While we deprecate the etraight-laccd mode of
keeping the day that was prevalent in New Eng
land fifty years since, we insist that human
experience proves the utility, and indeed the
necessity of a day of rest one day in seven. If it
is contended that every man should decide for
hioi6clf as to how be will spend Sunday, so long
as be docs not interfere with the like liberty in
otlicre, then let those who desire this larger lib
erty pursue the legitimate course of procuring an
amendment of tbe statute. But the nor. enforce
ment of any law has a tendency to throw con
tempt upon all law.
This same question of the Sunday observance
has recently been agitated in Chicago, and the
Interior of that city expresses itself as deeply
grieved to sec that the Common Council " instead
of doing something to stay the downward demoral
izing tendency of the Sunday saloons and theatres,
has recently decided, by a vote or twenty to four
teen, that nothing shall be done in that direction,
but that this fearful manufacture of evil shall go
on with its sad work, in violation of law, ns
hitherto existing, and in defiance of the public
opinion of the virtuous and intelligent classes."
The Interior considers it " a fearful responsibil
ity for the representative heads and rulers of a
great Christian city to take," and predicts that
the decision will soon be reversed.
MORE MALE CHINESE.
By the census taken on the 27th or December
last, there were five thousand six hundred and
eighty-five male Chinese in these Islands, and
two hundred and thirty-one females. Since the
first of January of tho present year, there Lave
arrived here one thousand two hundred and four
teen male Chinese, and three females, so that the
number or Chinese males now in the country
exceeds the females by six thousand six hundred
sixty-five. And we learn that four hundred more
aro on the way from China, baving left in a
steamer May 23, which will swell the number of
male Chinese in the Kingdom to seven thousand
and sixty-five. Let our readers pause just here,
and reflect for a moment upon the condition of
society that these facts imply, in a country where
by the last census there were already three men
to one woman !
Is this immigration of male Mongolians to go
on unchecked, until these Islands become a mere
Colony of celestial pig-tails? We believe that
the members of the present Administration, en
lightened and conscientious men, as fully appre
ciate the evil here complained or ux do we, who
arc constantly keeping it before the people ;"
but they consider that the government can do
nothing towards staying the evil without Legis
lative action. Nearly a year will have passed be
before any action by tho Legislature of 1880 can
be had in the matter, and then due notice must
be given to all concerned before any proposed law
can take effect; so that by this process about eight
een months must elapse before the demoralizing
tide can be stayed. During that interval, at the
rate at which tho Chinese have been coming
Lere the past six months and there is every
probability that this rate will considerably
increase, especially or the more objectionablo
class from California we shall have added
about four thousand to our Chinese male
population, making a total of this class in the
country of about eleven thousand, or nearly one
third of ourntirc male population. And we are
told that there is nothing in our Constitution or
laws to authorise any action by the King and
Privy Council towards checking tho fearful evil
not even an emergency ; clause, whereby any
such action might be taken between the sessions
of the Legislature.
The Board of Immigration was created by
statute in 18C4, to be under the control or the
Minister or the Interior, whose duty it was made
to uevisc and recommend for the adoption or the
in 1 rivy Council such measures as might be
necessary to secure the importation or foreign
laborers, and also to recommend from time to time i
such measures and regulations as might be deem- !
cd expedient to promote and encourage free '
immigration. At the session of 1SCS an Act was !
passed, To extend the powers of the Board r 1
Immigration," wherein it was made the duty of
tne .Minuter oi tlio Interior, with the assistance
of the Board, to devise and recommend for the
adoption or His Majesty the King in Privy
Council, such rules and regulations as may be
deemed necessary for the good government and
control or immigrants that have been brought I
or admitted, or that may be brought or ad- ;
mittctl into this kingdom as servants or laborers ;
under license or permission from the Board of
Immigration." A rule requiring that Chinese
immigrants should be accompanied by a certain
quota of women, would assuredly ' be deemed
necessary for their pood government," if not
(or their proper control, and ns we understand
! the law the King in Trivy Council is autho
ricd to adopt such a rule. If there are any
legil means whereby this tide of only male
; Chinese can Lc checked and the native race be
j saved from speedy extinction, it is the duty of
those in authority to search them out and
I apply them, before it is too late. If a ship ar
rives here wich some contagious disease on
board, we at once forbid her passengers from
coming on shore and mingling with our people
But Lere is a moral pestilence, by which the
existence of tbe Il.iwiian race is threatened
yet we passively look on while it is flooding
the land. At the present rate of Chinese im
migration between two and three thousand
per annum how long will it be before they
shall outnumber all other races in these
Islands? And what then?
The Problem Solved.
Perhaps the most notable event of the year 1873
has been tbe discovery of tbe long-sought north-east
passage from the Atlantic to the Pacific, which the
telegraph informs us has been accomplished by the
daring Swedish explorer, Nordensijol J. Many
lives and much treasure have been sacrificed in the
'past in the vain endeavor to solve the problem, of
questionable utility when solved, which the Professor
in the little Vega has now demonstrated.
He left the Swedish port of Gottenburg on the 4th
of list July, and by the 4th of August had skirted
the northern coast of Norway, Sweden and Ltpland,
passed Nova Zembla and crossed the Kara Sea. On
the 27th of August he reached the mouth of the
Lena River, thus, in less than two months, demon
strating the feasibility of his enterprise, for that
point had been frequentJy reached from the Pacific
Ocean by former explorers. Subsequently he
reached Kellctt Land, lyiDg a considerable distance
to the southwest of Bearing Straits, and was there
blockaded by the ice and compelled to remain for
the winter. On the 3d of May he entered Behring
Straits, entirely beyond the reach of danger, and
cast anchor until June 3J, on which date he de
signed to suit into the Pacific and set out for home
by way of Suez. In view of the innumerable at
tempts to find a northeast passage, his achievement
is one of the most extraordinary of the century
His theory at the outset was, that the entire passage
could Le made in tbe summer months.
The New York Herald of May 28, has a large
map. stowing the route followed by the Vega
through the Arctic Sea9, and also the precise spot
at which the expedition passed the winter. The Nt
1. Evening Pott of Mar 27 :
It is too soon even to speculate about the prac
ticai value or bis achievement. It may seem at
first improbable that valuable vessels of commerce
will ever undertake the passage to and from Europe
by way of BehriDg Strait when Nordenskjold has
accomplished it only after enconntering great peril
and after fears had been entertained that he and his
sbip were lost. But it must be remembered that his
is the pioneer voyage over this route, and now that
it is established that such a route exists, clear of ice
at certain seasons, future explorations and surveys
may show that the voyage may be made with com
parative safety. The Jeannette expedition, which
will soon sail from California, will find much en
couragement in Nor JensVjol J s success, and will
probably add greatly to our knowledge of a region
which is now at least open to exploration."
Recently in one of the Lowell Baptist Churches,
the telephone apparatus was placed in the pulpit
and the service was heard by people baving con
nection, not only all over the city, but in Boston,
cighty-hve miles away !
If one thing more than another should make
Frenchmen feel that the Republic is now a reality
it is tho fact that the " Marseillaise " is no longer
a proscrioeu nymn.
It is proposed to build in tho centre of New
York a water tower 300 feet high, with a cistern
on the top capable of holding two million gallons
pumping water into it ai.d fixing hydrants con
nected witn it, an over the city.
A Card to the Germans on the Hawaiian Is,
nplIK GERMAN BEXEVOLEXT SOCIETY
hag spent during the last ten years the aum of f 4,443.23
lor bcoerulenl purposes; and counted, on the 1st of Jan. 1879,
iwcmy paying meiuuers only, a larger numner and libera.)
coninuuiiuns are required to enable the Society always to as
Ut their countrymen when In need.
The un leroigned will be happy to receire subscriptions and
II. W. SCHMIDT, Presideiit,
II. HACKFELD, Cashier,
''It MAX. KCKART, Secretary.
4AA CARD.- TlIE UNDERSIGNED EEC
hiive lo tender iheir sincere thanks to all who rendered assist.
.nce to the S. 8. City of Sew York on the morning: of the 17lh
: inst., particularly to nis Ex. S. O. Wilder. Cantains Brown
, Fuller, Dates, Doane, and k. V. Cooke, Esq.
j WM. B. COBB,
Commanding S. S. City of New York.
II. IIACKFELD tc CO.,
Honolulu, June 17, 1S79. It Agents V. M. S. S. Co.
i$$H:- Excelsior I-odge No. 1, 1. 0. 0. F
ICT A Full A ttendance of the Members is re
quested ON TUESDAY ETENING, tbe 24th inst.
BUSINE?3-Election of Officers.
W. L. HOPPER. Sec'y.
XEATI-r FI RMS!! ED ROOM.
j21 AT 3 GARDEN LANE.
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM THE
Kingdom Mr. D. K. Fyfe will act for me under full pow
er of Attorney.
Jul In W.C.PARKE.
BEALE AND HOWARD STS.,
Sum Frauciaca, Callforuin,
Y. II. T1VL0R, Prfsldfnt; JOS. 3I0OKE, SnpH.
IN ALL ITS LR AN CUES.
ENGINES AND BOILERS
HIGH rRESSlUE OU COMPOl .M).
STEAM Vf SSELS.of ail kinds, built complete With
Hull of Wood, Iron or Conpite.
OK V a HV K Ci INKS corn pounded when adrisaMe.
ST K A .M litl'.VC II ES, Barge and team Tugs con
structed ith r f rence to Ihe Tr:ule in whijh they are to
be employed. Speed, tonnage and draft of water guaran
tee!. Sl;AK .mills and sugar making
M A CHI N Kit V madeaAer the Most Approved Plan.
Also, all Boiler Iron Work connected therewith.
WATER PIPE, of Boiler or Sheet Iron, of any siie,
made in suitable lengths (or connecting together, or Sheets
Rolled. Puuchtd. and Packed for Shipment, ready to be
rivrted on the ground.
IIVDRAUI.IC RIVETING. Boiler Work and Water
Pipe made by this Establishment, Riveted by Hydraulic
Riveting Machinery, that quality of work being far supe
rior to hand work.
SHIP WORK. Ship and Steam CarMnns, Steam Witch
es. Air and Circulating Pumps, mailt after tfie Most Ap
I' U MI'S. Kirect Acting Pumps, lor Irrigation or City
W ater Works' purposes, bui'.t with the Celebrated Davy
Valve Motion, superior to any other pump. ju21 Sm
JEW '.K.U.AXW POTATOES. RECEIV
11 EDTUM llV. June 11th, 1S79, f.r sale l.y
uviiiit-? ac t.t-.
minimi m works'
A. S. CLEfiHORiX & Co.
Have Just Received, and
Blue Mottled Soap,
Ensli.h Yellow Soap,
Chemical Olive Eruive Soap.
Dowcet's Kerosene Oil,
Palace Kerosene Oil,
Eorior Assortment of Genuine Waterprcf Scotch
Large Assortment cf Dry Goods,
OFFERED AT GREAT BARGAINS. ju21 lm
0T1CE that CO-PAUT.EK$IIIP is Dot DISSOLVED
TE HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT WE
do not regard or admit that the Co-Partncrship known
as W. S. AKANA & CO., of llilo. Island cf Hawaii, is dis
solved, and that we claim t be lully entitled to all Co-Part -nership
rights in said firm and its assets.
CHANG CHI CK,
Honolulu. June 2, 1ST9. (ju21 4t) Of said Finn.
TO THE PUBLIC !
t BAZAAR AND EVENING ENTERTAIN
MENT will be held on or about the 2olh of .November
next, for the benefit of the fund for enlarging Fort St. Church.
Any Contributions of Fancy Articles, Curiosities, or other
articles to be sold on that occasion, will be gratefully received
by Mrs. T. II. Hobroa, Mrs. P. C. Jones, or Miss Helen S.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
VOTICF. IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
undersigned has been appionted Administrator of the
Estate of ALICE MONTGOMERY of Honolulu, decesstd,
and all persons are hereby notified to present their claims duly
authenticated, whether recured by mortgage or otherwise, at
his office on Queen street, in Honolulu, wall In six months from
the date hereof or they will be forever barred, and all people
indebted to the said Kstate are hereby notified to make imme
diate payment thereof.
Dated at Honolulu, June 21st, 1ST9.
W. L. GREEN',
ju21 4t Administrator Estate of Alice Montgomery.
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I'l'RSUANT
to a Power of S.ile contained iu a certain Mortgage Deed
dated Maicli Oih, 1576, made by Kaihulaula. Kealoha and
John Pantani cf Honolulu, Island or Oahu, to William McCan
dleas of tbe same place, of record in Liber 45, on pages 195
and 196, and for a breach of the conditions In said Mortgage
Deed contained, that all and singular, the lands, tenements
and hereditaments in sail Mortgage Deed named and describ
ed will, after the time limited by law, be sold at Public Auc
tion on account of the brach of the conditions as hereinbefore
mentioned. The property in said Mortgage described being;
situate in Manoa, Oahu, and more particularly described in
Royal Patent, No. 2594, Kuleana Hela 6579, and also In Royal
Patent, No. 2591, Kuleana Helu 1925.
CECIL BROWN, Attorney for Mortgagee.
Dated at Honolulu, June 21st, 1879. ju21 3t
GUARDIAN'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
HAVING BEEN DULY LICENSED BY
Hon. I.. McCully, Justice of the Supreme Court, to
aell the Real Estate hereinafter described, the property of my
ward. Miss Irene H. Ii. a minor; and having complied with
the order of Court and Statutes in such cases provided, I will
aell at Public Auction, for Cnah, at 12 o'clock noon, on
MONDAY, July 7th, 1879, at ths front door of A liiolanl Hale,
at the UPdfclT PRICE of $5,000, all that tract of land known
as " Anapuni," being situate opposite the Punahou College,
Honolulu, Oahn, beine Section 2 ' '"u, Lo
me taie jonn n, and comprising by survey SS 24-100 Acres.
This lot is enclosed, has public roads on two sides, and is
admirably situated. Acts of sale at purchaser's expense.
Plana and surveys, etc., can be seen at my office.
A. FRANCIS JUDD,
Guardian of Irene II. Ii.
Honolulu, June 18th, 1379. Ju21 3t
ONE EXPRESS WAGON AND HARNESS.
One Top Buggy and Harness, nearly new. Also, the Im
ported Horse Steve. Apply to
Mrs. MACKENZIE HONEY',
ju7 No. 19 Nuuanu Street, Honolulu.
LOTS NOS. 58.59. GO AND CI. ON THE
Plains, east of Honolulu, corner King and Piikoi Streets.
Royal Patent No. 306. Area, 1943 fathoms, 17 fee. Oppo
site the residence of Mr. E. Preston. Attorney Ueneral.
Also, lot of land, with water privilege for irrigation, in Ka
olu, Nuuanu Valley, opposite the residence of i. 9. Walker,
Esq. Royal Patent No. 1954. Area, 59-100 ci an acre.
ju7 lni Apply to A. F.J HDD.
'-HIE UNDERSIGNED BEING ABOUT TO
M. leave the Kingdom, has executed a power of attorney in
favor of his wife, Theresa Honey, who w ill act lor him in his
absence. MA(.ri.fc..lK 1IUINK1.
Honolulu, Jaw 13th, 1S79. jul4 lm
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM THIS
Kingdom my son, II. II. WILLIAMS, Is authorized to
act tor me under lull power or attorney.
Honolulu, June 10, 1S79. ( jul4 4t) C. E. WILLIAMS
WHE UNDERSIGNED WILL FURNISH
M. Land and some Mares lo a suitable person wishing to
raise Mules on shares. I-or particulars, applv to
jul4 4t II. N. GREEN WELL, Kona, Hawaii.
DE. H. B. HALES
IS PREPARED TO CARRY ON THE VET
ERINARY PRACTICE on the Island of Hawaii, in the
District of llaniakua Head-quarters at Ookala. Is thankful
to the public for put patronage.
Ookala, Hamukua District, Hawaii, June 12, 1S79. ju!4 Cm
npHE NEW I'A W A A DAIRY DELIVERS
M MILK Morning and Afternoon., or Price, Ten Cents a
yuan, inquire ci
ju!4 3t MR. HUSH, Fort Street
Oilers for .il
THE CARGO 1W Mill
The Fine Iron Clipper Ship Gleniffer
A FULL ASSORTM'T OF ENGLISH PLAIN
Fitr GOODS, fOTTOSS, W00UE5S,
Blood Wolfe & Co.'s Ale and Porter,
Wines and Spirits,
Iron of All Kinds,
Roofing, T Rails,
Clarifiers, Etc., Etc.
THEO. H. DAVIES.
E. P. ADAMS, AGENT.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
At Our Warcrooms on King Street, In the Rear of Mr.
I.. W. HOPP'S Premies,
A LARCE ASSORTMENT
Handsome New Furniture,
Wl-ich We are Offering
At Lower Rates Than Ever Before.
Black Walnut .Marble Top Chamber Sets, at $90.
Black Walnut Wardrobes, at $30 and upwards;
Black Walnut Sideboards, Black Walnut Marble
Black Walnut Marble Top Dressing Cases. Library
Walnut Bureaux, al $17.50;
Cedar Bedroom Set?, Tine Bureaux, Cottage Bed
Parlor Chairs, Pining Room Clmii?. Washington
Black Walnut Kxten.i.m Dining Tabb-s, Whatnots,
An Assortment of Hocking Ciairs. Children's
Chairs, &c , Ac.
We Shall Br Plenscd la &bciw Onr As oi Imeut.
Ii1im E. I. A III MS. .1 grill.
Ex Bark Moro Castle, 11S
'r Cortland Suggies
. I lows, Harrows, Culilrators, Ox Yokes. Chains, Pick
A-riCllItlirlI 11111ICI11CI1I$: As. Tick Matiocks,Oo-s.rubIloe. ,1'lat.ler's Hoe..
Barrotr. Wheel Barrow. Spades C. I)iSgerV. Concord 11 Mes, Trae Chain.,
SrRS S'h H". 0..nd.-., .., Cu,,,., Stone ...
mers. Axes, Halchets.
. , m Raws, Planes, ChiseL. Claw Hammers. Mason'. Hammers, Ilrill Hamiiier.,
ITICCliaillC'S XOOIS: S-acismuh-s Hammer, and rilcilges, Tyr. Irons, Ulackouillh-. UnUs. Jack
Screws, Swedge Blocks, Vbe, AnTils.
. . - poor Iofls, Tad Iocki, Bulls, Hulls, Screws, Cut hails, M rouith I
Builder s Ilarclivsirc: Nar., i.u n.u., vm ' .cks,
Strap and Hinges, Hooks and Hinges, c.,ic.
Carriaie Fnrinss, hall Tatcnt Axles; Carl Aah'., assl
IflisccIIsiucous Ilurclwsirc: w,ecis. no .,.d Muie hi..-, nor,
XaiU Bed Screws, Bed Fastenings, Bed Castor.. Counter I'Utform Kales. 2100 Ihs, I'lhllorm l Scales, to wrigli from 400
to 2500 lbs; Iron Pots, plain tinned and enameled lined Sauce Tan., Enameled i rrserre Kelt.i-.
' - . . - wr Charcoal Furnace., Charr.1
A Full Line of Granite Iron are. rharco.iirons.Tiir.iron
Stone Polish. Washboard.. Chopping Trays. Bird C.ces, Lawn Mower. Bits a nd Fpur. 'S'I.Vj'
Stoves. Revolving Lawn Sprinkler., Carbolired and Cheap J l to 1 1-2 Inch Lraiher lu lling , Hiniham Ilu.kel.,
Yard Stable Brooms, House Brooms,
, w7- -kSI A larjre line of Hand and Btand Lamps anj Lamp Rlasse.
lOWIlCr S I4.CrOSCllC fJlI. Tubular Untfrni.Tutali SU Uln., Kail KoaJ UhUtsi,
Low Priced Lanterns. Brass Lantern., Fi.h Globes. A full line of Chandelier, newest and best patterns. Hanging
Library Lamps, Nickle-plated and Biass Siudenl Lamp., and many oiher goods loo numerous to mention.
my31Sm 7 Fort Street, Honolulu.
HAWAIIAN FL.U.S FOtt TUK UTII,
AMEKICAX FLICS FOR THE 4TII,
In various sizes, to be had at
THOS. O. THRUM'S Fori St. Store.
Orders lea at the Merchant St. Sure w ill receire prompt
attention. JuT t
LANDS FOR SALE.
fMIK TRACTS OF LAKD KNOWN AS
1 Kaiwiki and Maumau, situated in the Bistrict of llilo.
Island of Hawaii, and containing an area of COO acres, more or
less. Title fee simple. Term. easy.
For particulars, apply to J- SIEMSEN,
mylO Sill or F. A. SCHAKFElt Co.
KNOW A L.I.. MEN BY THESE 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 erery kind
and from cutting Timber from the lands hcreinaficr cclued,
situate in Ilornakuo, Island of Hawaii, lo wit : Opihilala,
Kakaalnea, llauola, Paauilo, Koholslele, Manowaikohao,
Kaao, Kekualele, Kukaiau. Kanwikiwiki, and Kalnehe.
Legal proceedings will be taken against all parties infring
ing on my righu. mhl CHAS. NOTI.KY.
A l liAlitiu i nirnrn "'AT -Lim
X norougnurcu 7raiui,5 - r M
Crown Prince. Boblee and Sambo lami lies ,at.U alt
now ready lor use ana ior aie :
1 Berkshire Boar, 10 nioiitlis old, $12.
I Berkshire Boar, 19 months old, $12.
Both of these pig" were awarded the Silver Cup at the Sac
ramento State Fair by the Committee on Swine.
Price of Berkshire Pigs, $20 to $100 eaih,
according to number, age and condition, being about one half
the price charged in the Eastern State, for thoroughbred
'"parties wishing pigs can leave orders now, as 16 litters will
come in in July and August next. Address,
niy3 A. HERBERT, Hawaiian Hot 1. -
FIRE DEPARTMENT NOTICE.
A T THE ANNUA!. ELECTION OF OFFI-
JL CKRS for the Honolulu Fire Department, held In the
Boom or Mechanic Engine Co. No. 2, on the evening of Mon
dMy, June 2d, 1879, between the hours of 7 and 8 o'clock, the
following named gentlemen were duly elected to serve for the
ensuing; year, viz:
Chief Knitineer George Lucas,
First Assistant Engineer ....John Nott,
Second Assistant Engineer J. U. Kawainui.
Cn AS. T. GUI.ICK, Secretary.
Office of Honolulu Fire Dept. June 3d, 1879. ju7 3t
VANITY FAIR !
WflfTE HAVE NOW ON HAND, Pr .m-iiiu
V w Australia, a iuii line oi mese wu, uvii on
Vanity Fair Smoking,
Gold Lode Smoking,
Vanity Fair, 10 and 20 in bunch,
Hermit, 10 and 20 in bnneh.
Half St. John's Teriqne, do.
Order, from the other Isl nds carefully attended to.
uiySHt IIOL.I.ISTER fc Co.
rilllE UNDERSIGNED, AS A MEMBER
of the. staff or tne Hawaiian uovemmeni curveying rariy
havine carefully examined personally most par,, of the sever
al Islands of this Kingdom, now respectfully offers his service.
to Pugar Flanter. uud others who may require
and other modes of transport, as a purchasing
A sent or Advisimc Fneineer.
He proceeds direct by this steamer to Boston, U. S. A., and
having every facility for so doing, will furnish, on application,
Plans, Specifications aud Intimates of (ot Tor Iron
Bridges, Iron Ilausc,s, Railways it li Bridges
and Boiling Stock of All Descriptions.
Also, Machinery of Every Description
for the Manufacture of Sugar and Cleaning and Preparing Rice
for the Market.
Address in Boston. LINCOLN CABOT,
Civil Engineer. Room 6. No. 131 Devonshire Street,
P. S. Inquiries addressed to C. T. Culick, in Honolulu, will
receive prompt attention. mjsii
Oats, Bran, Barley, Corn,
Ground Barley, Ground Oats.
Cracked Corn and "Wheatfor Chickens,
A FINE LOT OF
IV EW ZEALAND OATS
GROUND FEED ALWAYS ON HAND !
And warranted good, fresh Grain, and it is
Forty to Fifty per cent, more Economical
than Whole Grain, and we Sell
it at the same Price.
A Lot of Fresh California Lime,
At per Barrel in Iol.
snyl7 3m. LAINK & CO.
A MORE RECENT LOT OF
LATE BOOKS, etc..
IT T1I0S. V. Timnrs Fort Street Store.
A Masque of Poets No Name. Series.
Xelly'a Silver Mine, by II. II.
Tbe Story of a Bad Boy, by T. B. AMiich.
Jean IngeVow'a l'oems, complete;
Bryant's Poems, complete;
Bryant's Poetical Works,
Goethe and Schiller, by Boyesen,
Kecollections of Writers, bv Mir nnil rimo rv.,-
As It May Happen, by Trcbor.
Common Sense in Business, by FreeJley;
Home Comforts, or Th
Freedley. 6' 3
Memoir of Kubt. Chambers, by Wm. Chambers;
Flowers, their origin, &c, by J. E. Taylor;
The School Boy, by O. W. Holmes;
Prince Dettkalion, by Bayard Taylor;
Parks and Gardens of Paris, by W. Robinson;
Pleasant Spots Around Oxford, by Alfred Ilimmer;
-Ut and Artists of Connecticut, by II. W. French;
The Ceramic Art, by Jennie J. Young
The Bohemian, by Chas. do Kay;
Chambers Information for the People, 2 vols.
The Works of Chas Lamb, 5 vols.
Social Etiquette of New York ;
The BeacoufcSeld Cartoons, from Punch, cloth nnd
Oase Ball Guide Books for 1 879
Ilase Balls and Hals, New Scrap I'irturos Tam-lei
Uirthday Cards, floral Pafsi-partouts s: Mnls
frames, Caskell's Compendium of Elegant wiiiiug.
Days from Now York. y.
OF DESIRABLE GOOD
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From the VEST MATERIAL and are Vf AKRANTED lo b strong and
SI' I' HEME COURT OF THE HAWAIIAN
I. land.. In Probate. In the ESTATE OF I.. KEMII'K).
(k.) of Honolulu, deceaaed, intestate, before Mr. Jostle. Judd.
On reading and filing Ihe petition of FAKEKK.fw.) widow
of l KEMII'lO, of Honolulu, alleging that I.. KEMIIMO, of
Honolulu, UHU tlieu lnu-iiaie m iiuuuiuiu, wuu, ...
day of March. A. 1. 187s, and praying that Letters of Admin
istration issue to JOHN LOTA KAULl KOll,
It Is ordered that SATLKUA V, the 61 h day ol July, A. I.
1879. be and hereby is appointed fr hearing Mid petition ho.
fore the said Justice, in Ihe Court Room of this Court, at Ho
nolulu, at which time and place all person, concerned may
appear and .how cau.e, il any tl.ey hare, why .aid petition
should not be granted, and that this order ba published in Iba
Hawaiian and English language, ior three auccetaive week, iu
the Kuokoa and l. V. Advertiser newspaper. In Honolulu.
Dated Honolulu, II. I , June lh, A. 1. 1879.
A. IKANCId JL'UD,
Attest: Justice of lb. Supreme Court.
JNO K B ARMARP, Clerk. JuU 31
UI'KEME COl'KT OF THE II A W A 1 1 A N
ISLAND., in I'roliate. lathe matter or the EHTATtC
OK Jl'LKS Y.ET, lute of Honolulu, deceased, at Chambers,
before Mr. Justice A. K. Judd,
On reading and filing Ihe pelliion ami accounts of . A.
eCHAEFEU, Administrator, with will annexed, of the Estate
ol JULES VZKT, lata ol Honolulu, deceased, whrreln h. ask.
to beallowed $2804 13, and charge, himself with 1312:4. 44, and
asks that tbe same may be examined and approved, aud thai a
final order may be made of distribution ol the property re
maining in his bands to the persons thereto entitled, and dis
charging him and his sureties from all further responsibility aa
It is ordered, that TUESDAY, the 8th day of July, A. P.
1879, at 10 o'clock, A. M. before the .aid Justice, at Chamber.,
in the Court Home, at Honolulu, be and th. lame hereby I.
appointed a. the time and place for hearing said petition and
account., and that all persons interested may then and there
appear and show cause, if any they have, why the .am. should
not be granted, and may present evidence as lo who are enti- -tied
lo Ihe said property.
And that Ihi. order, in the English language, be published
la the Pacific Commercial Advertiser newspaper printed and
published in Honolulu, for three successive week, previous lo
the lime therein appointed for .aid bearing.
Dated at Honolulu, II. I., this 6th day of June, A. II. 1879.
A. EHAMCIS JVUU,
Attest: Justice of the Supreme Court.
JKO. E. 11ARNARD, Clerk. Ju7 8t '
IX THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF IRA
I J EH. SONS IMIKIJTEI) TO SAID ESTATE
are hereby requested to make Immediate payment to
ARTHUR W. KICHAKOSON. corner of Fort
and Merchant atreet..
All account, unpaid within twenty day. will be placed in
the hands of a Collector.
J. MOTT. SMITH. . . ... .
K. C. RlCHAllDi-SON, Administrator..
Honolulu, April 12, 1879. aplJ
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage.
NOTICE IS HEKEHV GIVEN THAT PUB
suant to a power of sale contained in a certain deed ol
mortgage dated the 28th day of April, A. 1- 1877, made be
tween Joe Kalapuna, of the one pari, and Thomas Blown, of
the other part, and recorded In I.iber 49, on page. 378, 879 and
380. in Ihe Registry oill.e, Honolulu, lo secure the payment of
$150 in two yenr. afler dute thereof, with interest at tbe rale
of one per cent, per month until paid. The .aid Inomaa
Urown intends to foreclose said mortgage, and alter the time
limited by law, to cause the mortgaged property lo be .old by
public auction, in Honolulu, for a breach of thecondiliona con
tained in the said deed, said property being described a. fol
lows : All that certain piece and parcel of land situated In
Honolulu, and being the same described in Royal 1'atent No.
209.1. kuleana No. oil F. I.., awarded lo KahinaK'a, containing
01100 acre. K. F. HICKKRTO.N,
Ju7 4t Attorney for Mortgagee.
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage.
VOTICE IS IIERKItr GIVEN THAT TUB
11 suant to a power of .ale contained in a certain Deed of
Mortgage, dated August 1st, A. D. 1876, made between Ke
kaawe (k) and Kafiieahaiku (w), of the one part, and M.
Robinson and B. Allen of the other part, and recorded in
Liber 48 on pages 853 and 380 in the Registry Office, Hono
lulu, to secure tbe payment of $440 (four hundred and forty
dollars) in two years from the date thereof, with Interest at
the rale of one per cent, per month until paid. The .aid M.
ltobinson and 8. Allen Intend to foreclose Mid mortgage, and
after the lime limited by law to cause the mortgaged property
to be uild by public auction in Honolulu, for a breach of tbe
condition, contained in the .aid deod, Burh property being
described as follows i Kela apana alna a pau Waiho nei
ma I'alama, Honolulu, Oahu, 1 baawi la la palapalaole, Kule
na Helu 1063.
niCII'D V. BICKERTOKf,
Attorney for sn I.l M. IUMuaon and 8. C. Allen.
Dated Honolulu, May 31, 1879. my 31 4t
raiHE UNDERSIGN EH, WM O. SMITH,
M. executor of the will of Mrs. Mary Wilson Andrew, de
ceased, hereby gives notice to all person, who have claim
against the estate of the said Mr. Andrew, to present the
same lo him within six month fiom the date hereof, or Ihry
will be forever barred.
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
Executor of the Estate of Mary W ilson Andrews.
Honolulu, April 18lh, 1879. epl9
rtHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING I1EEN
appointed Executor of ihe Estate of the late JAME8
THOMPSON, of Honolulu, deceased, hereby request, all per
sons having claims against Ihe said estate lo present them
without delay; and all person IndeLled to the ssme to make
Immediate settlement. Ju7 3t DAVID DAYTON.
fMIE UNDERSINGED HAVING KEEN
elected Assignee, of tbe Estate of C. Al, of YVsiluku,
a Bankrupt, notice I. hereby given to all persons indebted lo
the said O. Al, to make immediate payment to M. Oreen, at
the office of M. Thillips 6c Co., at Honolulu, or T. W. Everett,
at Wallukn, Maui- m. ORKKN,
, , ... V. C. ACUONO,
la2' ' Assignee, of the Eatate of C. Al, a bankrupt.
Notico to Creditors.
NOTICE IS HF.RKHV GIVEN THAT lk
' undersigned has been appointed Executor of th. last
will and testament cf Akong of Honolulu, deceased, and all
person, are truly notified to present claims duly aolheiillraled
whether secured by mortgage or otherwise, at his nffioa on
Kaahumann Btreet, in Honolulu, within six month, from the
date hereof or Ihey will be f.rerer barred, and all people In
debted to .aid estate are hereby notlQed to make Immediata
payment thereof. A LfcX. J. CARIWUlairr,
JCxecutor of the Last Will and Testament of Akona, deceased
Dated at Honolulu, April 22, 1879. p28
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
TVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TIIK
i. undersigned has been appointed Executor of the last will
and testament of E. T. O'llalloran, of Honolulu, dectased,
w an Tirana me iirrcny no.ineu to present their claim,
duly authenticated, whether secured by mortgage or otherwise'
at bS Olllce on Ka&humann fttr In ll,.w.i..i.. i.t i '
Dinnlhl frr.m Ih. il.l. I.c..r r.. .. tn . . ' . '
, 7.. . "" oicYtr oarred;
and all persons Indebted to said estate are hereby notified to
make immediate payment thereof. f. 8. I'RATT
Executor of the last will and testament of E. X. O'ilalltran
Dated at Honolulu. Juno 7th, 1S79. j7 t
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Jn the premises.
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